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“Dick was sf’s greatest extrapolator of modern angst.” --New York Daily News
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This is the third PKD book I've read, after Scanner Darkly and Ubik. This one has a similar style. There isn't really much action really, if you're looking for that. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ww
A fine book. Recreates the 1950s novel and then something else when the time comes. The means for creating a fake world reminds me of v for vendetta and the ideas of Terence... Read morePublished 6 months ago by AntaeusQ
"Squeezing his eyes together he tried to dislodge the presence of the bus and passengers. For ten minutes he tried. His mind fell into a stupor. The navel, he thought blearily. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Vazhaspa Spitman
Master of the weird, Philip K. Dick takes us back to a 1958 world revolving around Ragle Gum, literally. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. Sines
This is a really solid PKD novel. One of his better works, in my opinion. It has been a few days since I finished the book, and I have been thinking about it a good amount. Read morePublished 10 months ago by David K. Wilder
I didn't get a lot of punch from this book. But it's an easy read and more insight into the way PKD thinks.Published 10 months ago by Daniel B. Curran
I know I can only make enemies by expressing my opinion about this book, but, really, it's only an opinion, and I really do have the best interests of Philip K. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Joel Marks
A fun little 'Nothing is what it seems' story. The Truman Show meets The Twilight Zone. Worth a read.Published 11 months ago by Christian Thorpe
I've now read around 12-13 PKD books and enjoyed them all, to various degrees, but this one... I might like it the best. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Noah Wan