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Book Review: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? By Philip K. Dick

Philip K. Dick was one of the most profound and prolific Sci-Fi writers of the 20th century. His books and short stories have been turned into some of the best (and worst) Sci-Fi movies of all time, including… 363 more words

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No Exit from "The Good Place"

If you haven’t been watching NBC’s The Good Place you are missing out on one of the shrewdest take downs of modern liberalism in recent memory. 1,369 more words


The Hanging Stranger / K.A.O.

‘K.A.O.’ was the last episode of the anthology series Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams recently shown in the UK on Channel 4 and was an adaptation of Dick’s 1953 short story ‘The Hanging Stranger’ which spans 14 pages of Gollancz’s  989 more words


When Empathy meets SciFi: A Review(ish)

It was very interesting to me to find the theme of empathy in Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Now, I haven’t watched neither of the Blade Runner films, so I think my expectations will be high when I do get round to watching the film adaptation of this book. 773 more words


The Penultimate Truth

The Penultimate Truth by Philip K. Dick was first published in 1964.  I have not read a PKD novel since August 2016 and I really feel bad about that. 783 more words


Altered Carbon (2018)

So I’m watching Altered Carbon, having finally succumbed to the charms of Netflix, and five episodes in now, I have to say I’m loving it. 822 more words