Philip K. Dick Reviews

(Composition year listed first, then publication year if it differs)

Mainstream novels

“Gather Yourselves Together” (1950, 1994)

“Voices from the Street” (1952, 2007)

“Mary and the Giant” (1954, 1987)

“The Broken Bubble” (1956, 1988)

“Puttering About in a Small Land” (1957, 1985)

“In Milton Lumky Territory” (1958, 1985)

“Confessions of a Crap Artist” (1959, 1975)

“The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike” (1960, 1984)

“Humpty Dumpty in Oakland” (1960, 1986)

Science fiction novels

“Vulcan’s Hammer” (1953, 1960)

“Dr. Futurity” (1953, 1960)

“The Cosmic Puppets” (1953, 1957)

“Solar Lottery” (1954, 1955)

“The World Jones Made” (1954, 1956)

“Eye in the Sky” (1955, 1957)

“The Man Who Japed” (1955, 1956)

“Time Out of Joint” (1958, 1959)

“The Man in the High Castle” (1961, 1962)

“We Can Build You” (1962, 1972)

“Martian Time-Slip” (1962, 1964)

“Dr. Bloodmoney, or How We Got Along After the Bomb” (1963, 1965)

“The Game-Players of Titan” (1963)

“The Simulacra” (1963, 1964)

“The Crack in Space” (1963, 1966)

“Now Wait for Last Year” (1963, 1966)

“Clans of the Alphane Moon” (1964)

“The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch” (1964, 1965)

“The Zap Gun” (1964, 1967)

“The Penultimate Truth” (1964)

“Deus Irae” (1964, 1976), with Roger Zelazny

“The Unteleported Man” (1964, 1966)/ “Lies, Inc.” (1984)

“The Ganymede Takeover” (1965, 1967), with Ray Nelson

“Counter-Clock World” (1965, 1967)

“Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” (1966, 1968)

“Ubik” (1966, 1969)

“Galactic Pot-Healer” (1968, 1969)

“A Maze of Death” (1968, 1970)

“Our Friends from Frolix 8” (1969, 1970)

“Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said” (1970, 1974)

“A Scanner Darkly” (1973, 1977)

“Radio Free Albemuth” (1976, 1985)

“VALIS” (1978, 1981)

“The Divine Invasion” (1980, 1981)

“The Transmigration of Timothy Archer” (1981, 1982)

Short story collections

“Electric Dreams” (2017)

Short stories

“The Commuter” (1953)

“The Hanging Stranger” (1953)

“The Impossible Planet” (1953)

“Exhibit Piece” (1954)

“The Father-Thing” (1954)

“Sales Pitch” (1954)

“Autofac” (1955)

“Foster, You’re Dead” (1955)

“The Hood Maker” (1955)

“Human Is” (1955)

Films based on his work

“Blade Runner” (1982)

“Total Recall” (1990)

“Screamers” (1995)

“Minority Report” (2002)

“Impostor” (2002)

“Paycheck” (2003)

“A Scanner Darkly” (2006)

“Next” (2007)

“Screamers: The Hunting” (2009)

“Radio Free Albemuth” (2010)

“The Adjustment Bureau” (2011)

“Total Recall” (2012)

“Blade Runner 2049” (2017)

“King of the Elves” (2018)

TV shows based on his work

“Total Recall 2070” (1999)

“Man in the High Castle” (2015-)

“Minority Report” (2015)

“Minority Report” first episode

“Electric Dreams” (2017)

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Websites:

Guy Salvidge (blog) — Among other topics, Salvidge’s blog features reviews of most, if not all, of PKD’s catalog.

The Encyclopedia Dickiana — This site features in-depth, cited research on each book to provide behind-the-scenes details of the writing process. An accompanying site covers the short stories.

The Philip K. Dick Bookshelf — This website is a pictorial bibliography of
PKD, with thousands of covers of his books. I like how it organizes his catalog into SF and mainstream novels.

Philip K. Dick online community — This site includes news, articles, criticism, interviews, a biography, synopses of major works, reviews, links and more.

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