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A Maze of Death
A Maze of Death | Philip K. Dick
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A Maze of Death is a sci-fi murder mystery set on a mysterious planet, with a twist ending that leaves the reader wondering just what they've been witnessing the whole time.
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dystopianaut
A Maze of Death | Philip K. Dick
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just finished this beauty. 😍 another step in my long and wonderful #philipkdick journey. ❤️ which #PKD will i read next?! #myPKDjourney

Bookwomble I enjoyed this one. Somewhat similar to Eye in the Sky, if I remember correctly, which I might not be 🤔😆 1y
dystopianaut @Bookwomble i loved it! 🖤 my favorite PKD books are the ones where i think i have a pretty good grasp of what‘s going on, and then he throws in that last minute classic philip k dick twist and blows my mind. this book was one of those! and i haven‘t read eye in the sky yet but i‘ll have to soon! i just finished “now wait for last year”. 🖤 1y
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ViaggiatricePigra
Labirinto di morte | Philip K. Dick
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L'ho finito di leggere qualche giorno fa e....wow!!
Una lettura folle, particolare, strana,....e stupenda!
...nessuno riuscirebbe ad indovinare la fine! Credetemi

Potete trovare la mia opinione sul Blog: https://viaggiatricepigra.blogspot.com/2018/07/opinione-labirinto-di-morte-di-ph...

#LabirintoDiMorte #PhilipKDick #fantascienza

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Bookwomble
A Maze of Death | Philip K. Dick
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As usual, PKD plays with his characters', and his readers', perceptions of reality. Written from the points-of-view of several characters, neither they nor we are really sure which, if any of them, is experiencing what is actually happening.

A group of strangers dissatisfied with their former lives are transported to a colony world in one-way spaceships with a promise of finding fulfillment. 👇🏻👇🏻

Bookwomble Depending on what can be believed, the colony has been set up by God, aliens, Earth's military or as a psychological experiment. All the characters distrust each other and, one-by-one, they are dying, being murdered or taking their own lives. Is this the work of an outside agency, or are members of the group responsible?

Some answers are given at the end, but more questions posed. Well, you wouldn't want it given to you on a plate, would you?
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Mahsdad
A Maze of Death | Philip K. Dick
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A small book haul at a used book store (Mojo Books & Music), in Tampa

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