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Here's the thing to know about Philip K Dick, his imagination is phenomenal! His works have gone on to become some of my favorite things! Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Mardi
This was a strange ride thru an alternate universe where FDR did not lead the US to victory in WWII. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Anita Glenn
Sorry, maybe I'm dense, but I thought this book was awful. Never went anywhere. I listened to the unabridged audio on a long cross country trip, and that's ten hours of my life I'd... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Bill O'Donnell
I found this book a combination of very engaging descriptions and rambling soliloquy. The depiction of the German mind is distasteful.Published 9 days ago by Bob
The premise offered great promise, but the story (if this disjointed bunch of events could even be considered a "story") failed to deliver.Published 10 days ago by Jaton'
** spoiler alert ** Dick's The Man in the High Castle is one of the most symbolically and thematically challenging books I've ever read. Read morePublished 11 days ago by E. Hodge
~~Background, not really related to novel, just me yabbering on why I wanted to read this:
A ways back I came across something Philip K Dick, I wrote his name down on a... Read more
I am not sure what I was expecting, strange read about post-war world split between Germany and Japan. I not what the ending means now but I will think about it.Published 15 days ago by Frank Gulla
Dick expressed concerns that he "was unable to end it the way [he] wanted" and it's easy to see why. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Joseph K. Fitzpatrick