Book List:84 titles
  • 13 classic stories by science fiction author Philip K. Dick.Includes:130 footnotes16 original illustrations"About the Author" segmentList of movies based on Philip K. Dick's worksList of Philip K. Dick's awards and nominationsExpertly formatted for e...


  • ""Beyond the Door" is a low fantasy short story by Philip K. Dick. The short story follows a cuckoo clock that was gifted by Larry Thomas to his wife, Dorris. The cuckoo clock, which may or may not be intelligent, serves as an ominous object througho...


  • Shell Game by Philip K. DickA SOUND awoke O'Keefe instantly. He threw back his covers, slid from the cot, grabbed his B-pistol from the wall and, with his foot, smashed the alarm box. High frequency waves tripped emergency bells throughout the camp. ...


  • When bizarre creatures begin plaguing a small farming town, a man from the nearby radioactive science laboratory is sent to investigate and deal with the problem.Philip K. Dick was an American science-fiction novelist, short-story writer and essayist...


  • Similar in story to Philip K. Dick's riveting classic "Small Town," " Exhibit Piece" takes place In the distant future. An exhibit manufactured to demonstrate life in twentieth century America, takes on a living reality, and could become a permane...



  • When a group of men crash to the surface of an alien planet, they are hemmed in on all sides by a deadly, un-crossable bog. Attacked by an unknown enemy, the group grows increasingly uncertain as the violence escalates while the enemy combatant remai...


  • The Turning Wheel is a science fiction story by Philip K. Dick.SynopsisBard Chai said thoughtfully, "Cults." He examined a tape-report grinding from the receptor. The receptor was rusty and unoiled; it whined piercingly and sent up an acrid wisp of s...


  • Two hundred years after the a global anarchist revolution has toppled the national governments of the world there comes a rumor of a government. The Anarchist League must search out this government and destroy it if it exists. By The Hugo Award Winni...






  • Dr Joseph Murphy was the author of The Power of your Subconscious Mind. In Believe in Yourself Dr. Murphy shows you how the power of believing in yourself will help you achieve your dreams. He illustrates his points with wonderful stories about how i...


  • Curt is a precog and it's up him to try to avert disaster. He knows that it's only a matter of time until the Mutants take over from the Norms. But Curt thinks he has an answer that will put an end to the power imbalance between his kind and the Norm...


  • Philip K. Dick (1928-1982) was one of the seminal figures of 20th century science fiction. His many stories and novels, which include such classics as The Man in the High Castle and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, reflect a deeply personal worl...


  • Gather Yourselves Together is one of Philip K. Dick’s earliest novels, written when he was just twenty-four years old. It tells the story of three Americans left behind in China by their employer, biding their time as the Communists advance. As the...


  • Philip K. Dick's classic short story tells the story of Douglas Quail, an unfulfilled bureaucrat who dreams of visiting Mars, but can't afford the trip. Luckily, there is Rekal Incorporated, a company that lets everyday stiffs believe they've been on...


  • In the Secret of the Ages, Robert Collier shares with us the secrets of success. This book gives you the tools to have a happier and more successful life. Collier will show you how the way you think and the decisions you make have a direct influence ...


  • From the lamppost something was hanging. A shapeless dark bundle, swinging a little with the wind. Like a dummy of some sort. Loyce rolled down his window and peered out. What the hell was it? A display of some kind? Sometimes the Chamber of Commerce...




  • The Adjustment Bureau is a major motion picture based on Philip K. Dick's classic paranoid story, The Adjustment Team. This is the short story, The Adjustment Team, which asks the question - Do we control our destiny, or do unseen forces manipulate u...


  • Philip K. Dick (1928-1982) was one of the seminal figures of 20th century science fiction. His many stories and novels, which include such classics as The Man in the High Castle and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, reflect a deeply personal worl...



  • When Roger and Virginia Lindhal enroll their son Gregg in Mrs. Alt's Los Padres Valley School in the mountains of Southern California, their marriage is already in deep trouble. Then the Lindhals meet Chic and Liz Bonner, whose two sons also board...



  • Set in San Francisco in the late 1950s, Humpty Dumpty in Oakland is a tragicomedy of misunderstandings among used car dealers and real-estate salesmen: the small-time, struggling individuals for whom Philip K.Dick always reserved his greatest sympath...


  • Stuart Hadley is a young radio electronics salesman in early 1950s Oakland, California. He has what many would consider the ideal life; a nice house, a pretty wife, and a decent job with prospects for advancement. Yet he still feels unfulfilled; some...


  • With a Preface by the Author and an Introduction by Roger Zelazny"The collected stories of Philip K. Dick are awe inspiring." --The Washington PostReaders worldwide consider Philip K. Dick to have been the greatest science fiction writer on any plane...


  • The year is 2203, and the ruler of the Universe is chosen according to the random laws of a strange game under the control of Quizmaster Verrick. But when Ted Bentley, a research technician recently dismissed from his job, signs on to work for Verric...


  • In Counter-Clock World, one of the most theologically probing of all of Dick’s books, the world has entered the Hobart Phase–a vast sidereal process in which time moves in reverse. As a result, libraries are busy eradicating books, copulation sig...


  • The Man Who Japed is Dick's mesmerizing and terrifying tale of a society so eager for order that it will sacrifice anything, including its freedom. Newer York is a post-holocaust city governed by the laws of an oppressively rigid morality. Highly mob...






  • Floyd Jones is sullen, ungainly, and quite possibly mad, but in a very short time he will rise from telling fortunes at a mutant carnival to convulsing an entire planet. For although Jones has the power to see the future -- a power that makes his lif...


  • Set in San Francisco in 1956, The Broken Bubble traces the ups and downs and ins and outs of four characters who are not quite sure of the lives they’re living. Jim Briskin, local radio DJ, his ex-wife Pat, the young married couple Art and Rachel E...


  • Valis is the first book in Philip K. Dick's incomparable final trio of novels (the others being are The Divine Invasion and The Transmigration of Timothy Archer). This disorienting and bleakly funny work is about a schizophrenic hero named Horselover...





  • Bruce Stevens is a young buyer for a big discount house when he meets the recently divorced Susan Faine. She suggests that he might like to manage her ailing typewriter store and he leaps at the suggestion. Then he realizes that Susan was his teacher...








  • Confessions of a Crap Artist is one of Philip K. Dick's weirdest and most accomplished novels. Jack Isidore is a crap artist -- a collector of crackpot ideas (among other things, he believes that the earth is hallow and that sunlight has weight) and ...


  • Contacted by starmen of similar racial stock who have a greatly advanced, galactic society, a united Earth becomes their ally in a lengthy war with the Reegs, blue, six-limbed aliens with no vocal chords. This is the story of how Earth chose the wron...


  • IS GOD... a child, hurtled to earth in a starship, only to find Himself ruled by laws He Himself created? Is He an angry God emerging from a millennium of silence to take fiery vengeance on an Earth now ruled by the Christian-Islamic Church, the ...


  • A work of high imagination and originality from two Hugo and Nebula Award-winning sci-fi legends. Set after World War III, this novel tells of the rise of a new religion, created by the Atomic Energy Commission and headed by the bizarre and charismat...


  • ALIEN SATELLITES CIRCLE THE EARTH - AND MAN'S ONLY HOPE IS A MAD CARTOONIST! The terrifying arms race roared on. Daily, East and West produced more dreadful weaponry. And, daily, yesterday's weapons were turned into toys, souvenirs, egg beaters, furn...


  • ONE CAN LIVE AS DANGEROUSLY AS TWO IN THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS AND SPACED-OUT NOVEL IN YEARS! WHO'S WHO? Fred, the unstoppable undercover narc in a scramble suit that gave him virtual anonymity, was out to bust doper, pusher Robert Arctor. A snap for ...


  • “I have never seen [its] theme handled with greater technical dexterity or given more psychological meaning.”—Fantasy and Science FictionWhen a routine tour of a particle accelerator goes awry, Jack Hamilton and the rest of his tour group fin...







  • THE REALITY OF PHILIP K. DICK HERE -- IN THE DEFINITIVE PHILIP K. DICK COLLECTION--ARE 19 OF HIS MOST FAMOUS STORIES... STORIES THAT LOOK BEHIND WHAT IS APPARENTLY REAL TO WHAT IS REALLY REAL! IF THERE WERE NO BENNY CEMOLI Then it would have b...


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    Glen Runciter is dead. Or is everybody else? Someone died in an explosion orchestrated by Runciter's business competitors. And, indeed, it's the kingly Runciter whose funeral is scheduled in Des Moines. But in the meantime, his mourning employees are...


  • THEODORE STURGEON writes: "I want to tell you about Philip K. Dick's new novel, Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said. It is not for nothing that the new rash of academic studies of sf, which may nod in passing to a parade of our greats, give whole pa...


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    Thors Provoni had gone to the stars to seek help for his fellow men. So far there was no evidence that anywhere out there existed any other intelligent race at all--let alone one willing to come to the aid of normal everyday homo sapiens on an Earth ...


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    There he was, Joe Fernwright, citizen of Cleveland (once "Ohio"), skilled mender--or, as he liked to think of it, healer--of ceramic pots. In a mostly plastic world, Joe was mostly unemployed, bored dizzy, and in a dangerous, try-anything mood. Th...


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    It was January 2021, and Rick Deckard had a license to kill. Somewhere among the hordes of humans out there, lurked several rogue androids. Deckard's assignment--find them and then... "retire" them. Trouble was, the androids all looked and acte...



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    In the year 2080 every crisis of a couple of centuries had come to maturity. It was an election year, and Jim Briskin, candidate for President, was trying to solve the unsolvable and appease the unappeasable. There were tens of millions of people ...


  • REELING FROM THE REELS What was the original inspiration for Alfred Hitchcock's PSYCHO? Where did David Cronenberg get the idea for THE FLY? Who dreamed up the character that Arnold Schwarzeneggar played in TOTAL RECALL? If you have ever wondered...


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    Thermonuclear war has just ravaged the planet leaving only pockets of civilisation. Walt Danger-field, an astronaut, remains in space to broadcast music and culture and organize what is left of this peace-loving post-bomb society peopled by biologica...


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    Holding a precarious liberty as the result of an interstellar stalemate, the human survivors of Alpha Centauri's hospital moon readied themselves for their war of independence. Naturally, the Pares, always suspicious and cunning, assumed the leade...


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    Nobody would go to the stars the long way when you could travel to your new planetary Utopia the instant-teleportation way. That is, nobody reasonable would want to spend eighteen long years in a spaceship just to be stubborn about electronic transit...


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    Meet Goodmember Arnie Kott (member in good standing, that is) of the powerful plumbing union -- which has a stranglehold on Mars. Or Joe Bohlen, a slightly schizoid technician whose time sense has a way of slipping around on him. And the boy Ma...


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    A WORLD AT WAR... A radioactive, plague-tainted wilderness, where missiles and robot soldiers continued the work of total destruction, and most of mankind huddled underground, laboring to produce the weapons to continue the struggle... A WORLD AT...


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    This is a novel of some very extraordinary people in the very extraordinary world of the 21st Century. They include a striking beauty who had ruled the White House for nearly a century, a pianist who played without touching the keyboard, the world...


  • In this sardonically funny gem of speculative fiction, Philip K. Dick creates a novel that manages to be simultaneously unpredictable and perversely logical. Poor Pete Garden has just lost Berkeley. He's also lost his wife, but he'll get a new one as...


  • What if the Allies had lost the Second World War ...? The Nazis have taken over New York - the Japanese control California. In a neutral buffer zone existing between the two states an underground author offers his own vision of reality, an alternativ...


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    A STITCH IN TIME SAVES ... ? "He had a moment of shattering, blinding terror .. . Where was he? Why was he here? Had somebody brought him here, dumped him off at this spot for a reason?" Suddenly Dr. Jim Parsons realized that he had not been du...


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    The artificial intelligence called Vulcan 3 ruled the human race, more than a ma-chine, less than a god. It had lifted mankind out of the dark pre-Machine ages. It had ended war, unemployment and poverty . . . but it had not ended the most corrosive ...


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    The wub stood sagging, its great body settling slowly. It was sitting down, its eyes half shut. A few flies buzzed about its flank, and it switched its tail. It sat. There was silence. "It's a wub," Peterson said. "I got it from a native for fifty ce...


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    No weapon has ever been frightful enough to put a stop to war -- perhaps because we never before had any that thought for themselves! "They pasted Moscow again last night." Taylor nodded his head in approval. "Gave it a real pounding. One of those R-...


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    It was quite by accident I discovered this incredible invasion of Earth by lifeforms from another planet. As yet, I haven't done anything about it; I can't think of anything to do. I wrote to the Government, and they sent back a pamphlet on the repai...


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    The Captain peered into the eyepiece of the telescope. He adjusted the focus quickly. "It was an atomic fission we saw, all right," he said presently. He sighed and pushed the eyepiece away. "Any of you who wants to look may do so. But it's not a pre...


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    Excerpts from the late science fiction writer's personal journal include autobiographical material as well as discussions of mystical experiences, philosophical speculation, comments on his fictional works, and plot outlines...


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    The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike was written by Philip K. Dick in the winter and spring of 1960, in Point Reyes Station, California. In the sequence of Dick's work, it was written immediately after Confessions of a Crap Artist and just befo...


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    In the world of The Minority Report, Commissioner John Anderton is the one to thank for the lack of crime. He is the originator of the Precrime System, which uses "precogs"--people with the power to see into the future--to identify criminals before t...


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    Conger, the protagonist, is given a chance to get out of jail if he agrees to travel back in time and kill a man. He has agreed to kill a stranger he has never seen. He isn't concerned about getting the wrong man. He knows what the man looked like. T...


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    This early work by Philip K. Dick was originally published in 1953 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'Tony And The Beetles' is a short story about racism on a colony world. Philip Kindred Dick was born on Decembe...


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