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on 1 July 2003
A lot of text indicates that this book is one of Philip K. Dick's 3 key works. Not surprisingly then it deals with many of the author's reoccurring themes, most obviously, identity and drug abuse.
At first I wasn't convinced by the world described, but the more I read the more I was drawn into the world of PP Layouts and Chew-Z, like the hovelists described on Mars. The sheer imagination and vivid description makes it almost cinematic and the creepy aura Dick creates around the mysterious Palmer Eldritch is quite incredible - an unnerving presence as he is for those who are introduced to the Chew-Z narcotic.
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