Counter-clock World

Counter-clock World

Book - 2012
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In a world where time has begun moving backward, powerful prophet Anarch Peak is among those who have risen from the dead. That may not last long, as a number of groups seek to send him back to the grave.
Publisher: Boston :, Mariner Books/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,, 2012.
Edition: First Mariner books edition.
ISBN: 9780547572192
Branch Call Number: SCF DICK
Characteristics: 223 pages ; 21 cm


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Jan 24, 2015

Philip K. Dick's stock has risen considerably since his death in 1982 and, while many of his early sci-fi books were published as cheap paperbacks with lurid covers, he's now part of the Library of America and many of his novels have been reissued in handsome trade editions. The man was prolific and once you get past the famous titles, it can be a little hit or miss, but I will say that even his mediocre books have something interesting for the Dick fan. "Counter-Clock World" is from 1967 and has something of the detective feel of "Do Androids Dream" and "Flow My Tears," while dealing with perennial Dick themes like time, existence, death, and God. Recommended!


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