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Cyberpunk Roots: P.K.D. & the Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch (1965)

Philip K. Dick’s best-known stories are teaming with creativity, implementing psychedelia and paranoia into the narratives years before Robert Anton Wilson dared. Of his stories I’ve read, including… 619 more words


Philip K. Dick - A Maze of Death (1970) Review


This incredibly strange novel starts out with the premise that the existence of God, or God fragments, is proven scientifically as entities existing in the cosmos. 580 more words


Book Review: Electric Dreams by Philip K Dick

Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams by Philip K. Dick

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Sometimes you learn that aliens are better than people, so don’t be a jerk and you could stop an invasion. 191 more words

Tyson Adams

The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick

The Man in the High Castle is the first alternate history book and the second Philip K. Dick book I’ve ever read and it is fantastic. 365 more words


Myth of Mercer

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? · Philip K. Dick · 1968
Del Rey, 2017 · 224 pages, paperback

Most of mankind has emigrated for the colonies (i.e. 773 more words


Memórias cinéfilas: "Blade Runner"

Na sua 5ª série, iniciada em Outubro de 1973, o Mundo de Aventuras publicou vários artigos sobre cinema, a exemplo do que faziam outras revistas de banda desenhada, mormente o… 446 more words


Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? - Dick

Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? is one of the all-time classic SF novels, and a fast, hard-nosed read. One take-away from this book for me is that, after the first flush of publication, what continues to draw readers to a story is not the cleverness of the science/postulations, but the empathy the reader has to the situations the characters get into. 385 more words

P M F Johnson