Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?

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Orion, Apr 1, 2010 - Fiction - 208 pages
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World War Terminus had left the Earth devastated. Through its ruins, bounty hunter Rick Deckard stalked, in search of the renegade replicants who were his prey. When he wasn't 'retiring' them with his laser weapon,

he dreamed of owning a live animal - the ultimate status symbol in a world all but bereft of animal life.

Then Rick got his chance: the assignment to kill six Nexus-6 targets, for a huge reward. But in Deckard's world things were never that simple, and his assignment quickly turned into a nightmare kaleidoscope of subterfuge and deceit - and the threat of death for the hunter rather than the hunted ...

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Phillip K. Dick's writing is rapid and easy to read. - Goodreads
Interesting beginning to a terrible plot line. - Goodreads
My enjoyment was hindered by some of the action scenes. - Goodreads
Really interesting premise. - Goodreads
The ending is a bit disappointing as well. - Goodreads
I thought this was fun to read, with a good pace. - Goodreads

Review: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (Blade Runner #1)

User Review  - Maryn - Goodreads

It was a little bland, honestly. There was no real plot or any big event that happened. Just a guy who kills androids and makes some freinds and enemies. Read full review

Review: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (Blade Runner #1)

User Review  - Josiah Hawkins - Goodreads

I've long said that the best part of Mr. K Dick's writing was that he wasn't just using science fiction for the sake of science fiction. Instead, he used the format to provide a commentary of major ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Philip K. Dick (1928-1982) was born in Chicago but lived in California for most of his life. He went to college at Berkeley for a year, ran a record store and had his own classical-music show on a local radio station. He published his first short story, BEYOND LIES THE WUB in 1952. Among his many fine novels are THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE, TIME OUT OF JOINT, DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? and FLOW MY TEARS, THE POLICEMAN SAID.

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