The final volume in the definitive collection of stories by the greatest science fiction writer of the twentieth century
The fifth and final part of the complete collected stories shows Philip K. Dick
at the very height of his outstanding powers. The twenty-five tales were written between 1963 and 1981, just a few months before he died, and include two stories which have been turned into box office smashes: the title story, filmed as Total Recall, and “The Little Black Box”, which grew into his masterpiece Blade Runner.
SALES POINTS “A stunning composite portrait of our time” The Observer “One of the most original practitioners writing any kind of fiction. Philip K. Dick
made most of the European avant-garde seem navel-gazers in a cul-de-sac” Sunday Times “The most consistently brilliant SF writer in the world ... author of more good short stories than I can count” John Brunner