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The Final Quote

This will be the final quote of my quotes project. I am moving forward into the world of Vlogging and feel this quote is appropriate as I wade into the madness. 15 more words

Quotes Project

Appreciation #3

Philip K. Dick by D.C. Miller


 Philip K. Dick’s claims to greatness don’t rest on the clarity of his style, or the sophistication of his characterizations, but on his depth of immersion in postmodern American culture. 163 more words

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The Borges Test

In his introduction to The Garden of Forking Paths, Jorge Luis Borges, who was arguably the greatest writer of speculative fiction of the twentieth century, offers a useful piece of advice: 1,168 more words


Book Review: United States of Japan by Peter Tieryas

Look, I saw a book with a giant mech on it and proclaimed itself about the United States of Japan. This was worth a laugh, an ‘ah, how silly’, because indeed it was silly. 720 more words

Book Review

The Man In the High Castle: Great concepts with poor execution.

This book could have been amazing the potential is there but I found it to be a very inaccessible read. The main idea is that the Axis powers won World War II and now America is divided between the Japanese and the Germans. 584 more words


Book of da Week: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Science fiction this weekend with Philip K. Dick’s revered novel from 1968 – Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? A prolific sci-fi genius, the American author (who died in 1982) didn’t find much success during his lifetime, but since his novels began being adapted into Hollywood films, he’s become quite the posthumous legend. 670 more words


The Man In The High Castle

The Man In The High Castle was written by Philip K. Dick.

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      United States, after the Second World War: 209 more words