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The Man in the High Castle (1962), by Philip K. Dick, is a science fiction novel of the alternative history sub-genre. The novel won a Hugo Award. The story of The Man in the High Castle, about daily life for the victors and the vanquished under totalitarian Fascist imperialism, occurs in 1962, fourteen years after the end of a longer Second World War (1939â€“1948).
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Alternate history doesn't get any better than in this Philip K. Dick novel. Set in the then-contemporary world of 1962, it chronicles the lives of its characters in an America that had lost World War II and was divided into Japanese and German zones of occupation. Dick uses this setting to explore many of his standard themes about the nature of reality, but this is done within the framework of an enjoyable story that is never less than entertaining.
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- THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE
- Philip K. Dick
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- Used - Very Good
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- very good +
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- Newton Abbot UK
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