Philip K. Dick (1928-1982) is known for his short stories of the 1950's, but was best known for his novels, which feature themes about memory, God, and an eroding sense of reality. More recently, adaptations of his works have been made into feature length films or have influenced them, like Total Recall or Paycheck. He lived in California, where he briefly attended university. Before he began writing science fiction, he worked in a record store, and also in radio. He was married five times and had three children.
Works by Philip K. DickEdit
- The Divine Invasion, 1981 (ISBN 0671443437)
- Radio Free Albemuth
- The Transmigration of Timothy Archer
- Ferris F. Freemont
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