Science fiction and fantasy
Philip K. Dick
Philip K Dick (1928 - 1982) was a visionary writer of science fiction during the 20th century. His work has been made into various films. He dealt with themes such as drug use, clairvoyance, memory, and the nature of reality. Several of his novels feature overcrowded, dystopian visions of the future.
Book ReviewsWe Can Build You
For Louis Rosen, it's time to get out of selling pianos and go where the real money is: building artificial people.
Released in 1972.
The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch
People attempt to make their lives bearable by taking Can-D. But when Palmer Eldritch returns with a new alien drug, the minds of the whole human race are at stake.
Released in 1964.
Eye In The Sky
An industrial accident takes a scientist on a journey that teaches him more than he thought possible about the way other people see the world.
Released in 1957.
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