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Akin to most of his books in this period, PKD does not have one main character in his book.
Among a load of wonderful novels, this one sticks out above many of the rest for me as one of his very best, and therefore one of my absolute favorite books.
Of course, to know what THAT "thing" is, then you will have to read the book. ... ENJOY !... it is really, really great - I have read it three times...
If you don't know already, Philip K. Dick is among the finer purveyors of science fiction that the U.S. has to offer, but he is so much more than that. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Femme Vitale
Hard to read, but kinda cool if you're into really weird sci fi/futuristic scenarios. Could use a glossary because they use so many weird future-slang words.Published 3 months ago by M. Sarles
Although relatively short, I found it hard to focus on the characters. Still (as usual) PKD has some very interesting ideas to bring forward.Published 3 months ago by Stephen P. Bell
I love me some PKD, and this is not a disappointing book. Very religious bent on this - esp. compared to others - and of course his own twist of reality vs perception vs fantasy... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jones
I really enjoyed reading Philip K Dick's short stories and even wrote an article for an ezine, outlining his dystopian world and the recurring motifs of his hyper active mind. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aneesha
Its clear from reading Philip K Dick and especially the last books which are referred to as the Valic Trilogy, The Three Stigmatas Of Palmer Eldrich being the last, that Dick had... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
This Sci-Fi novel will have you guessing what's real and what's not. Just when you think you have it figured out, something happens to make you think again.Published 6 months ago by CJ
I was bored with this and didn't get far into it. My husband is a sci fi fan but didn't like it either.Published 7 months ago by Anne Martin
Weird and brilliant. The image of San Francisco as a materialistic utopian scam is particularly relevant today. 2016 is nearly upon us.Published 7 months ago by durgaakv