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The space opera aspect of Dick's work hasn't aged well and he is perhaps not the best futurist among the classic Sci-Fi writers. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Vidaurre
Now Wait for Last Year (1966) brings together a number of Philip K. Dick’s 1960s hobbyhorses, from time travel and the nature of reality to WWII and misogyny (the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by M. Buzalka
It is the future and Terra has been at war with Lilistar. The major protagonist, Dr. Eric Sweetscent, is physician to Gino Molinary, General Secretary of the UN. Read morePublished 10 months ago by IRA Ross
But overall a rational and entertaining book. PDK seems to love to curve morality a bit (or more) as in Do Androids Dream it was a lot more than a bit.Published 10 months ago by Jim Standlee
Might take me another time to read it again to really get it, maybe I'll do it again last year.Published 19 months ago by holodecker
NWFLY has everything that most every other PKD novel has. And honestly it's become very tiring.
Psychological time travel, mind altering drugs, war plagued Earth, and the... Read more
While it still gets four stars for being a trippy, wholly original and substantive work of art, the storyitself suffers from being one of his messier and unappealing offerings. Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Alex M
I have to admit, I haven't read alot of PKD that I didn't like. While I won't say that I think this was his best, it is still a fantastic read.Published on August 6, 2013 by Matthew McCann