A Month of Philip K. Dick
Philip K. Dick was a prolific and renowned writer of science fiction with an astounding body of work. These five books, each just $2.99, represent some of his most revered and thought-provoking novels.
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|In this wildly disorienting funhouse of a novel, populated by God-like—or perhaps Satanic—takeover artists and corporate psychics, Philip K. Dick explores mysteries that were once the property of St. Paul and Aquinas.||In The Man in the High Castle, Philip K. Dick's alternate history classic, the United States lost World War II and was subsequently divided between the Germans in the east and the Japanese in the west.||Valis(which stands for Vast Active Living Intelligence System) is a theological detective story starring Horselover Fat (who just might be Philip K. Dick himself), in which God is both a missing person and the perpetrator of the ultimate crime.||Bob Arctor is a junkie and a drug-dealer, both using and selling the mind-altering Substance D. Fred is a law enforcement agent, tasked with bringing Bob down. It sounds like a standard case. The only problem is that Bob and Fred are the same person.||A mind-bending, classic Philip K. Dick novel about the perception of reality. Named as one of Time's 100 best books.|