From Library Journal
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.
“Dick was sf’s greatest extrapolator of modern angst.” --New York Daily News
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although the ending was mediocre the story as a whole was excellent.Published 4 months ago by Gary Robinson
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 12 months ago by okeydokey
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 13 months ago by Inktense
"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 13 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 16 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 17 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 17 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 18 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 18 months ago by Christian Thorpe