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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? | Philip K Dick
"The most consistently brilliant science fiction writer in the world".--John BrunnerTHE INSPIRATION FOR BLADERUNNER. . . Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? was published in 1968. Grim and foreboding, even today it is a masterpiece ahead of its time.By 2021, the World War had killed millions, driving entire species into extinction and sending mankind off-planet. Those who remained coveted any living creature, and for people who couldn't afford one, companies built incredibly realistic simulacrae: horses, birds, cats, sheep. . . They even built humans.Emigrees to Mars received androids so sophisticated it was impossible to tell them from true men or women. Fearful of the havoc these artificial humans could wreak, the government banned them from Earth. But when androids didn't want to be identified, they just blended in. Rick Deckard was an officially sanctioned bounty hunter whose job was to find rogue androids, and to retire them. But cornered, androids tended to fight back, with deadly results."[Dick] sees all the sparkling and terrifying possibilities. . . that other authors shy away from".--Paul Williams Rolling Stone
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TheEllieMo
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Published in 1968, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep was the inspiration behind the film Blade Runner.

#WrittenInThe60s
#NewYearNewYou @Eggs

Eggs Looks like a young Harrison Ford! Good one! 1d
Zoes_Human This one is a rarity in that I love the book and the film equally, though in somewhat different ways. 1d
TheEllieMo @Eggs he would have been around 40 when the film was made. At the time, I was 14 and thought he was ancient!! Now, yeah, he was so young then! 1d
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wilsonk033
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Interesting read considering it‘s supposed to be happening in 2021! I really liked the idea but found some of it too “out there” for my preference

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MommyOfTwo
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Mehso-so

This was ok for me. Blade Runner was based on this book but I hear it is way different. Glad I have not seen the movie yet. There are some parts off this book I really enjoyed but a lot of it dragged for me. #TBRRead #WinterGames #TheFilthyAnimals

Linsy I remember really liking the concepts in this book, but not much about the pacing. The movie is very different. I liked the book better! 1mo
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MommyOfTwo
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OMG I froze walking my son from the car to school!
How is the weather by you today?
Good day to stay in and read.
#OhTheWeatherOutsideIsFrightful

MrsMalaprop Sweltering here in Perth, Western Australia. We‘ve just had a bunch of days hovering around 40 degrees Celsius 🥵. 1mo
Palimpsest @MrsMalaprop 😦that sounds unbearable. I have the same temps as @MommyOfTwo as I live in Wisconsin, USA. It‘s supposed to be in the mid 40 degrees Fahrenheit by the weekend, but my four-year-old and I would like a little snow for Christmas. 1mo
MommyOfTwo @MrsMalaprop wow! That is hot! 1mo
MommyOfTwo @Palimpsest Wisconsin here too and I agree some snow would be great and then if the temp would stay like high 20s I‘d be happy so we could go out and enjoy the snow as well. (edited) 1mo
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Bookwomble
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“I never felt like that before. Maybe it could be depression, like you get. I can understand how you suffer now when you're depressed; I always thought you liked it and I thought you could have snapped yourself out any time, if not alone then by means of the mood organ. But when you get that depressed you don't care. Apathy, because you've lost a sense of worth. It doesn't matter whether you feel better because you have no worth.”

saresmoore Boy, that is accurate. 2mo
Bookwomble @saresmoore Yep, swap "mood organ" for "antidepressants" and it's even more accurate. 2mo
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Carolyn11215
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Enjoyed this bizarre book, which spawned the movie Bladerunner.

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MommyOfTwo
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Thank you so much for all the extra goodies @cobwebmoth ! The chocolate was opened before I had time to take a picture ☺️ I figured it was ok to have the selected book in the picture since I‘m the last to get it.


@Endowarrior21 your package came today as well and I will get that out to @MaleficentBookDragon Thursday morning. I was able to easily get the shipping labels off so I don‘t even need to repackage.

Jennick2004 Wowza!!! 2mo
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Avanders 😍😍😍 2mo
MommyOfTwo @MaleficentBookDragon did you get the #SFMBC that I forwarded to you? 2mo
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vivastory
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As others have noted, November 2019 is when the tagged book, better known as Bladerunner is set. Watching this rain soaked tech noir in high school, 2019 seemed so very far in the #future Above are a few of my PKD books.
#MOvember @Cinfhen

BarbaraBB Gorgeous! 2mo
TrishB Nice versions 😁 2mo
Cinfhen Oh wow!! That‘s crazzzy about the year and the covers are beautiful 2mo
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Liz_M I had to re-watch V is for Vendetta last Tuesday and now I will need to re-watch Blade Runner soon! 2mo
Kalalalatja Stunning covers 👌 2mo
britt_brooke I still need to read this! 2mo
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Bookwomble
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"Kipple is useless objects, like junk mail or match folders after you use the last match or gum wrappers or yesterday's homeopape. When nobody's around, kipple reproduces itself. For instance, if you go to bed leaving any kipple around your apartment, when you wake up the next morning there's twice as much of it. It always gets more and more."

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Bookwomble
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Thanks to @TobeyTheScavengerMonk for the reminder that November 2019 is when Blade Runner is set, so I've rewatched the film & am now rereading the book for the umpteenth time.
Harrison Ford played Deckard in the tradition of the world-weary detective, even doing his own homage to Bogart's Marlowe in The Big Sleep: compare the goofy persona each adopts in the book shop/ dressing room scenes. However, PKD's Deckard is a junior-level police 👇🏼

Bookwomble ...bounty hunter. Far from being the lone wolf "god-damn one man slaughter house" of the film, book-Deckard is unhappily married and, up to now, has had to be satisfied with the easy cases handed down by his superior office, Dave Holden. As the main action begins, Deckard is feeling the pressure of having to prove to his boss that he's up to the task of bringing in the renegade 'andys' that put Holden in intensive care... 2mo
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Bookwomble
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November, 2019. A bleak dystopian nightmare ruled by mega-corporations in which emotionless androids devoid of empathy struggle for power in a world of diminishing resources and environmental collapse. So, to forget all that, I thought I'd watch Blade Runner.

vivastory 😂😭😆😭 we're so screwed 3mo
Kimberlone Too true 3mo
saresmoore Ha! What @vivastory said. 3mo
Aimeesue Yep! 😂😂😂 3mo
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Bookwomble
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@TobeyTheScavengerMonk Keep on geekin' on!??
Jeter did a third in his sequel series, "Eye and Talon". He attempts to reconcile the differences between DADoES and Blade Runner, with mixed results. Definitely worth a read, though. "Future Noir" is great, I'm sure you'll love it.
I wasn't taken with the new film, but perhaps I should revisit it now that my initial disappointment has worn off and see if it sits any better.

TobeyTheScavengerMonk Seeing this put a smile on my face @Bookwomble Thanks for the heads up about the 3rd Jeter book! The first volume of the new Blade Runner: 2019 comic drops this month too so I might check it out as well. My feelings on 2049 would be mixed to positive. Regardless, I‘m sure there‘s an alternate universe where it was a mindless shoot-em-up so I‘ll take the sad slow movie we got. 3mo
Bookwomble @TobeyTheScavengerMonk Let me know what you think of the comic - I stopped collecting a few years ago, but would pick up a TPB if it's good 🙂 3mo
Bookwomble @TobeyTheScavengerMonk Blade Runner is in my Top 5 films (the exact ranking of which is fluid), so the sequel was always going to struggle to live up to my expectations. I'm fine with sad and slow (I enjoyed the film A Ghost Story, which is sloooow!), but I found the villain uncomplicated and boring, and a lot of the depiction of women objectifying in an unnuanced way. But, as I say, I'll give it another viewing in the hope that I missed something 3mo
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TobeyTheScavengerMonk
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The film Blade Runner takes place in the far distant future of “November 2019” so my plan this month is to read Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner, and Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human.

I‘ll also be watching the Workprint, the Domestic Cut, the International Cut, the Director‘s Cut, the Final Cut, Dangerous Days: The Making of Blade Runner, and Blade Runner 2049.

Because when I geek, I geek hard.

TobeyTheScavengerMonk Just saw on Litsy that a novel called Blade Runner 3: Replicant Night exists... 3mo
Soubhiville Oooo, cool! Time to watch the most recent movie, and maybe reread Electric Sheep! Thanks for posting! 3mo
readordierachel Good plan! 3mo
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Waterman37
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Reading this the day after the climate march gave me chills. A possible future that I hope we can avoid

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TheEllieMo
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My mind is back to making weird connections😂 #Dreams made me think of the Phillip K Dick book that was the basis for the film Blade Runner (any excuse for a Harrison Ford pic...)

#SoulSeptember @Eggs

Leftcoastzen 😀❤️ 4mo
Eggs Of course!!!! 4mo
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lovelybookshelf
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Pickpick

Okay, so this definitely has a good bit of ableism and sexism throughout, but I can't deny that I had trouble putting it down. I could fully imagine the world and its technology, and I liked that it wasn't over-explained. The plot moved along at a quick pace, and it brought up some philosophical questions that will stick with me. An exciting page-turner with just enough weird to make for some really satisfying sci-fi.

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ElectricKatyLand
Pickpick

I listened to this on audiobook and enjoyed this sci-fi classic set in a crumbling San Francisco full of robots, bounty hunters, and occasions to question the nature of reality.

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Leftcoastzen
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RIP Rutger Hauer,a wonderful actor who played many a bad guy,though I will remember his role in Bladerunner the most.

plemmdog Ladyhawke! 6mo
Bookwomble Oh! I missed this awful news. Rutgar was such a powerful presence in all his films, but never moreso than as Roy Batty. 😕❤😕 6mo
BarbaraBB He was a great actor 💔 6mo
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jlowery999
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I'm not really a huge sci fi fan but tend to enjoy them from time to time. This one just wasn't my favorite. There were a lot of philosophical, almost trippy moments that really just had me confused. Knowing it is the inspiration for Blade Runner, I expected a little more action and a little less drawn out dialogue.

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He's not letting go of that pumpkin.🐶🐕🐩
#dogsoflitsy💜💛💜

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Marilyncjackson
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Panpan

Had to read this for book club. It is utter crap! Garbled rantings and fantasy of a 13 year old boy. I had high hopes but like most sci-fi from this time the heavy handed symbolism and lesson teaching was a total turn off. Why can‘t more sci go be like Star Trek you know discovering new thing, meeting new people, and adventure. Hitchhiker‘s Guide style that‘s what I want. I need to go wash the taste of this out of my mouth!

TheWintergarden I think Blade Runner was based off of this book. One of my all time favourite sci fi films so it's interesting to know it' 9mo
TheWintergarden Interesting to know the book version must be very different. 9mo
Marilyncjackson @TheWintergarden I have never seen Blade Runner and based off this book I never will. I am not a fan of dystopian old sci fi and I could fill up 100 or mor comments on why, but since this book was such a disappointment I will leave the film unwatched then I won‘t upset my film friends like I am upsetting my book friends with my distain for this book. 9mo
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Marilyncjackson All this being said this book is still better than Paradise Lost. 9mo
TheWintergarden @Marilynjackson. Sounds like a sensible plan then. But I really really want to read it now! 😊👽💜 9mo
Marilyncjackson @TheWintergarden you should! And if you love it you should tell me why. Maybe you can change my mind. Probably not but it‘s always fun to discuss 😊 9mo
TheWintergarden @Marilyncjackson Will do!👽💜 9mo
rretzler Blade Runner was very loosely base off of this book. It‘s been many many years since I read the book, but the book and the movie are nothing alike. I do recall liking the book when I read it, but I don‘t remember enough to try to defend it. PKDs writing is definitely not for everyone, although many movies are based on his works. 9mo
TrishB I loved this when I was a teen, maybe I was masquerading as a 13 year old boy. I‘ve never read since as I know it‘s not my thing now. The film is nothing like it and is awesome. 9mo
Marilyncjackson I sometimes masquerade as a 13 year old boy lol. My comments may have been harsh, but I was so disappointed when I finished it. I might try the film since everyone says it is so different. 9mo
Shel.f To be fair, the first SF we did had a female protagonist. It was still dystopian as hell, though. I've been avoiding space opera just because I don't enjoy it. I know that a Poul Anderson book is coming up, though - AD leading. It's time travel, maybe it'll be better. 8mo
Marilyncjackson @Shel.f I hope the next one is better! But the discussion was good so it made it worth reading 😊 so glad to see you on here. Hope you like the website 8mo
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Read_By_Red
Pickpick

I enjoyed this novel. Nice, short read, but not lacking in action or detail.

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Friend-cat
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Starting my Spring Break off right!!

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Bookwomble
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“Empathy, he once had decided, must be limited to herbivores or anyhow omnivores who could depart from a meat diet. Because, ultimately, the empathic gift blurred the boundaries between hunter and victim, between the successful and the defeated.”

TobeyTheScavengerMonk I am planning an All Blade Runner November (‘cause it‘s set in “November 2019”) when I will be reading this for the first time among other fun activities. 10mo
Bookwomble @TobeyTheScavengerMonk I'm intrigued to know what the other fun activities might be 😊 10mo
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Pickpick

This was my second time reading this and I think it made more sense then before. The only thing I didn't like is how there's an overall vagueness to the plot and people. I really need to watch the movie now to see what was changed!

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SShiney
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I loved this book and will definitely read more of Philip K. Dick! Off to watch Blade Runner now to see how it compares. The struggle between machines and nature is so very relevant today. I look forward to discussing it this week with my #bookclub.

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sophiejayhudson
Pickpick

Having seen the movie many times I was curious to see where the story had come from. In fact the novel is even better. Goes into much more character depth and details the culture and life surrounding the characters.

tpixie Is the movie Blade Runner? (edited) 11mo
Bookwomble @tpixie Yes 😊 2mo
tpixie @Bookwomble thanks!! 2mo
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Andrew65
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It‘s not exactly seasonal, but then again what can you expect, they are androids! I wonder what they hang on their Christmas Trees 🎄😳🤣
#ImDreamingOf #SeasonsReadings

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Avanders
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This is the first Philip K. Dick I'm reading.. I know, for a sci-fi fan... 🤷🏽‍♀️But it is. So. Good. My husband has read most of Dick's stuff, and I can see why! I saw this movie once, maybe 15 years ago? And I've seen the new one. I'm about 2/3 done w the book, can't wait to finish it, will re-watch the movie as soon as I'm done (I know, it's a v rough iteration of the book), and then watch the new one. So good.

TrishB One of my fav books from my teens. I love the film too - but I see them as two separate things - like distant cousins! 13mo
Meaw_catlady I‘m reading Ubik right now ! And I love it! 13mo
angela_fi13 I‘ve been looking this book for so long. Blade runner is my most favorite movie in the world! 13mo
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MaleficentBookDragon Blade Runner was one of my favorite movies as a tween. I still re-watch it occasionally. It started by Harrison and Rutger crushes. I liked the book. The movie is very loosely based on the book. Im not sure which version I like more. 13mo
andrew61 I read it this year as part of classics challenge - i loved the film and the recent sequel but the book was great, especially the fact that it had different aspects particularly the brochure of real pets. 13mo
Avanders @TrishB I've heard that! @Meaw_catlady good to know!! ☺️ @angela_fi13 I've heard they're not that similar, but the movie gets "inspiration" from the book ☺️ it's been so long since I saw the movie, I couldn't tell you! But I'm sure if you like one, you'd like the other! @MaleficentBookDragon I love it when I actually like both the book and the movie... tho I'm not that picky with movies ? @andrew61 yes! It has such cool ideas!! 13mo
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Sha0102
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Another marvellous Christmas gift!! (the book of course)

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SShiney
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Book club books for Jan. to Sept. 2019 in the mail. Yes!

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VinceReads
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Pickpick

I flew through this one. The last few chapters were a whirlwind and I enjoyed them immensely. Not to take away from the rest of the book but when everything comes together at the end, just wow!

4.5/5

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VinceReads
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Love the movie, kinda surprised I‘ve never read this one yet.

TrishB It‘s nothing like the film..... 1y
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PaperbackPirate
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Pickpick

I sped through this sci fi story, pursuing illegal androids with the main character. I was surprised by how thought-provoking the themes were.
I‘ve been a Blade Runner fan for a long time & I‘m glad the book was as good as the movies.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

GA_Bookworm07 These books with owls on them look awesome. I love owls. 14mo
PaperbackPirate @AvidBookWorm02 I had to order this one bc I couldn‘t find it anywhere! 🦉 14mo
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milltruckle
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Supposedly a classic. Well written, but somewhat of a weird read. Lots of man vs self. I found the main character's thoughts to be pretty weird at times.

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AthenaWins
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An awesome tshirt to go with the book. ♥️

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Caroline2
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😂

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ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled I would guess . . . no. 😂 1y
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janeycanuck The important philosophical questions of our modern times 🧐 1y
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TheBookkeepersApprentice
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Rainy day read for two reading challenges 📖☔️ #currentlyreading

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LeahBergen
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#LittleFreeLibrary find!

I grabbed this for my husband as I‘m not the biggest sci-fi fan (but this cover is almost tempting me to give it a try).

Eggs Beautiful cover 1y
mcipher What a great cover! I‘d be tempted , too. 😁 1y
Reviewsbylola I agree, great cover! 1y
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valeriegeary This cover is fabulous! I read this a few years ago. I can't remember if I liked it. Or hated it. I guess it didn't leave a huge impression on me. 🙈🤷 1y
LauraBeth I LOVE this cover! 😍 1y
BarbaraBB I‘m not a SF fan either but I read this for the #1001books list and actually liked it. So I‘d give it a try if I were you 😘 1y
Libby1 That cover! 🤤 1y
LeahBergen @valeriegeary 😂 I‘ve read a few books like that, too. 1y
LeahBergen @BarbaraBB I just might! It‘s not very long so that makes it easier. 😄 1y
Cathythoughts Beautiful cover 💫 1y
DivineDiana Cover swoon! 🦉 1y
rubyslippersreads That cover is fabulous! ❤️🦉 1y
TrishB Gorgeous version 💕 1y
britt_brooke Great find! Beautiful. 1y
readordierachel 😍😍😍 1y
tpixie Live the cover! 11mo
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nosferatu
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Pickpick

Finally a Philip K. Dick book I enjoyed.

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nosferatu
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Really enjoying this so far.

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Mcoun
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Much better than either of the Blade Runner movies, this short novel has many dimensions to it. A very dark tale of a future earth where most species besides humans have become extinct and androids have been developed that are almost indistinguishable from humans.

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atransparenteyeball
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Ethands
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The book is good, so is the movie; but in different ways. The worldbuilding and detail of what's outside SF (the movies are LA) is outstanding. The main character is alot more grounded in the book with insecurities. He is just an average looking 30 something in an unhappy marriage. Also the view of animals in the book is a great perspective shift. I love how different his relationship is to the female android.Great read, great audiobook.8.5/10

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Gina
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Poster $24.
https://obviousstate.com/collections/art-prints/products/logic-print

I wish these posters were all printed on wall paper...

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teainthelibrary
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I LOVED THIS. SO. SO. MUCH. Philip K Dick has been on my TBR for a long time, but this is the first book of his that I‘ve read. It took about 30-40 pages for me to get into it, but once I was, I couldn‘t put it down - I ended up having a lazy Sunday and tearing through it. I‘m not huge into SF, but I loved the style of this book. The characters and the plot were amazing too. I loved it all. What PKD title should I pick up next?

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