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Post Holocaust - PKD Style,
This review is from: Dr Bloodmoney (S.F. MASTERWORKS) (Paperback)
The normal Philip Dick traits can be found in this book. Paranoia - Bleak landscape - wacky characters but surprise, surprise a reasonably happy, uplifting ending. Dick uses the 'worm that turned' scenario to good affect in the case of Hoppy and Stuart - but do either find their change in fortunes beneficial.
Well written and an interesting post bomb premise means that this is another good read from PKD - as other reveiwers have mentioned Dick certainly has a high percentage of releases in the Masterwork stable - another two are scheduled for late in 2001 - and this shows the popularity and esteem held for this unique Sci-fi writer.
Highly recommended - includes a forthright Afterword by the man himself.