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Here at philipkdick.com you will find info, insights and more about one of the world's greatest and most fascinating science fiction authors and philosophers. In a Philip K. Dick story you can find many elements of paranoia, psychosis, schizophrenia, hallucination and more. PKD's stories take the reader on a intense journey through many human emotions.

His prophetic views about the future written in the fifties, sixties and seventies give his novels an air of believability and urgency. PKD at his best places his readers in situations where reality is not clearly defined. He explores the power of the brain and many human concepts of life, death, religion and love in a dark setting that creates a provocative view of the world as we know it. His writing is very much a product of the cultural activity which was occuring during his lifetime and he uses many elements from the world around him. His own personal experiences play a major role in his writing as well.

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Summaries & Reviews of PKD Novels

Clans of the Alphane Moon (1964)
Confessions Of A Crap Artist (1975)
Counter Clock World (1967)
The Crack in Space (1966)
The Divine Invasion (1981)
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep (1968)
Eye In The Sky (1957)
Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said (1974)
Galactic Pot-Healer (1969)
The Game Players Of Titan (1963)
The Ganymede Takeover (1967) w/Ray Nelson
The Man In the High Castle (1962)
Martian Time-Slip (1964)
A Maze of Death (1970)
Now Wait For Last Year (1966)
Radio Free Albemuth (1985)
A Scanner Darkly (1977)
The Simulacra (1964)
Solar Lottery (1955)
The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch (1964)
Time Out of Joint (1959)
Ubik (1969)
The Unteleported Man (1966)
Valis (1981)
We Can Build You (1972)
The World Jones Made (1956)
The Zap Gun (1967)

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
The Man In the High Castle

His most famous novel which inspired Blade Runner. A chilling futuristic story that demonstrates his creative genius.

A great story of corporate intrigue where time moves backwards. Intensely psychological with unpredictable plot twists.

Dick's masterpiece which won the Hugo Award in 1963. A mind-bending novel which takes place in an America occupied by Axis forces. These are some of his strongest characters.