Ubik: A Novel
Philip K. Dick's searing metaphysical comedy of death and salvation is a tour de force of panoramic menace and unfettered slapstick, in which the departed give business advice, shop for their next incarnation, and run the continual risk of dying yet again.
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Martian Time-Slip Arnie Kott: ‘... we got the future, and where else do you think things happen except in the future?’ (p. 115) Martian Time-Slip refers to living in different times instead of present ... Read full review
I liked this science fiction novel of the past intruding into the present. I especially liked the scene where Joe sees an early twentieth-century elevator instead of the modern one that should be there.