Tag: Philip K Dick

The Sea Inside Me by Sarah Dobbs

Science fiction has the power to predict, or at the very least, the capability to explore experiences and ideas from contemporary culture and face them forward – propel them towards our collective future. It can imagine the possible and the seemingly impossible because it is not bound by the strict constraints of mundane reality. Yet,

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Save Game by Joseph Sale

Author Joseph Sale is at it again, a master of creating worlds and putting his readers slap bang in the middle of them – one would say that Sale’s signature is a deranged mix of Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings, infused with the cinematic brilliance of Stephen King’s Dark Tower series, garnished with the rich

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BOOK REVIEW: Ubik by Philip K Dick (The Folio Society Edition)

Philip K Dick is in my opinion and many others the master of science fiction. His works seems to drip off the tongue when one mentions said genre, such works as Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, The Man in the High Castle, Time Out of Joint, Minority Report, A Scanner Darkly – the list

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