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How to build an android : the true story of Philip K. Dick's robotic resurrection

How to build an android : the true story of Philip K. Dick's robotic resurrection

Ahh, one of the first SF novels I've ever read in my younger years, when -and maybe symbolically- my own childhood was coming at an end...Exact same cover too, but in Greek of course (``To Tehlohs Tees Ehohneeohteetahs``)... (comment by paxi)

Ahh, one of the first SF novels I've ever read in my younger years, when -and maybe symbolically- my own childhood was coming at an end...Exact same cover too, but in Greek of course (``To Tehlohs Tees Ehohneeohteetahs``)... (comment by paxi)

The astronomer who inadvertently triggered the "demotion" of Pluto in his effort to officially recognize the solar system's tenth planet describes the ensuing debates and public outcry while revealing the behind-the-scenes story of his discovery.

The astronomer who inadvertently triggered the "demotion" of Pluto in his effort to officially recognize the solar system's tenth planet describes the ensuing debates and public outcry while revealing the behind-the-scenes story of his discovery.

Issac Asimove "Nine Tomorrows" Excellent science fiction book made of nine short stories. You will read great stories whose ideas have been borrowed for science fiction movies in one form or another. My favorite of the series are The Ugly Little Boy and Profession. Seek out this book and enjoy.

Issac Asimove "Nine Tomorrows" Excellent science fiction book made of nine short stories. You will read great stories whose ideas have been borrowed for science fiction movies in one form or another. My favorite of the series are The Ugly Little Boy and Profession. Seek out this book and enjoy.

vintagepaperbacks:    Philip K Dick - Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said (Daw 146) on Flickr.  Via Flickr: Philip K Dick  Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said Daw Books # 146/UW1166 1975 Cover by Hans Ulrich and Ute Osterwalder

vintagepaperbacks: Philip K Dick - Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said (Daw 146) on Flickr. Via Flickr: Philip K Dick Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said Daw Books # 146/UW1166 1975 Cover by Hans Ulrich and Ute Osterwalder

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick. #49BooksofExile

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick. #49BooksofExile

Author: Isaac Asimov Publisher: Ballantine 31571 Year: 1984 Print: 1 Cover Price: $3.95 Condition: Very Good Plus Genre: Science Fiction

The Robots of Dawn

Author: Isaac Asimov Publisher: Ballantine 31571 Year: 1984 Print: 1 Cover Price: $3.95 Condition: Very Good Plus Genre: Science Fiction

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