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With 45 published novels to his name, wading into the bibliography of Philip K. Dick can be daunting. When I first started, there were a handful of big titles I knew about, either because of a film adaptation or a major award they had won, but moving on after that became a series of trial and error. Dick's work is united around one theme, that being that reality can be shaped by an individual consciousness. Throughout his work characters question what is real, and whether the reality of the other people they meet is real. This book takes that basic premise as literally as possible An accident effects a group of characters where they find themselves in a reality shaped by one person's individual psyche. The book has some issues, I personally found Dick's portrayal of Islam to be problematic, but it is the first Dick novel that his ideas are expressed clearly, and entertainingly enough to be a must read.
In , Ridley Scott loosely adapted Philip K. But where to start? Over the course of a prolific career, which often involved writing non-stop for weeks at a time, and nurturing a penchant for mindbending plots and unusual religious imagery, Dick assembled a staggering body of work, including countless short stories and a whole bookshelf full of novels. Needless to say, he can be a little daunting for a neophyte. Add to Bag.
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