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Im a Huge PKD fan and i think this is one of his best character pieces.Published 3 days ago by Alexander Clauss Rettig
Beautiful story. Tragic and lovely. This book delves deeply into what it is to be an imperfect human in a world of excess. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Daniel S.
Classic southern california post modern grass roots counter culture.Published 9 days ago by XXXXXXXXXX
Just try something other than you normally would. Whether it be different laundry soap, food, a short cut, just break your norm, that's how we grow.Published 21 days ago by Ansley Atkins
I couldn't get past 3/4 of the way through.
The plot wasn't particularly interesting, despite the potential of the subject matter. Read more
He has a way of painting an accessible story out of deeply personal and disturbed material, so that those of us who haven't explored the dark side ourselves can see a glimpse of it... Read morePublished 2 months ago by TB
A little difficult to follow at times but that is to be expected given the subject matter and topic.Published 2 months ago by Christopher Williams
Slow start, but when it gets going I couldn't put it down. In fact, the second I finished it, I started it again from the beginning.Published 2 months ago by heidi driesenga
This was very nearly the worst book I ever read. Philip K. Dick has a reputation for writing thought-provoking novels and short-stories. A Scanner Darkly was self-indulgent crap.Published 2 months ago by Thomas J Webster