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Old 01-18-2018, 03:36 PM   #40
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I don't do any streaming and I'm really, really hoping that eventually the PKD stuff will be available on "regular" cable--Sundance has Transparent so there is some possibility. I would really like to see Man in the High Castle. They put out a book with the PKD stories for the most current seasaon (just starting I think?) and The Washington Post had a review which stated that they weren't his best stories but one or two were better--appears to mirror your experience.

I have a gift cert to thriftbooks.com burning a metaphorical hole in my digial pocket and one of the things I plan to order is whichever PKD collection has "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep" which I don't think I've ever read--I remember being disappointed by The Man in the High Castle but I can't remember the specifics so I figured I'd get that one also...



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