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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 2 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 2 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 3 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 5 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 9 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 14 days ago by Joseph K. Fitzpatrick
The concept is great but poorly executed. The writing and story in general is jumbled and largely incoherent.Published 17 days ago by Maxwell Wayneright