Do Androids dream of Electric Sheep?
by Philip K Dick
- near fine
- Near Fine/Near Fine
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8vo, 1969, Rapp & Whiting, first English edition, first print.
Endpapers slightly browned, original cloth, spine gilt, dusk-jacket illustrated by Lawrence Edwards, bumping and creasing to extremities, lower cover vaguely soiled and faded.
The book was the base for the movie masterpiece adaptation "Blade Runner" of 1982 and its sequel in 2017.
Rick Deckard, a retired bounty hunter, assigned to kill six Nexus-6 model androids, problem is they look like humans!
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dickis the masterpiece of science fiction that inspired the cult movie Blade Runner . By 2021, the World War had killed millions, driving entire species into extinction and sending mankind off-planet. Those who remained coveted any living creature and for people who couldn't afford one, companies built incredibly realistic simulacrae: horses, birds, cats, sheep, and even humans. Nebula Award Nominee (1969)
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- blade runner, Philip K Dick, electronic sheep, Lawrence Edwards
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