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Publisher Description

In this heartfelt science-fiction homage, Philip K. Dick dies in 1982 in Santa Ana, California, during the fourth term of the repressive imperial presidency of Richard Milrose Nixon. Soon thereafter, stripped of his memory, Dick turns up in the office of Lia Bonner, a young psychotherapist in Warm Springs, Georgia. Ultimately, Dick manifests at Von Braunville, the American moon base, as a key figure in a gonzo conspiracy to trigger a “redemptive shift” of world-changing scope. Indeed, according to The New York Times, the ending of Michael Bishop’s wittily inventive Dickian extravaganza “approaches sublimity.”

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
1987
February 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
442
Pages
PUBLISHER
Fairwood Press
SELLER
Tod McCoy
SIZE
417.8
KB

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