And, with this, the PKD series ends.
Once upon a time I wrote a proper review of this, but it seems to have been swallowed by Amazon and left no trace.
So, you get my notes as a …
Raw Feed (2005): The Cosmic Puppets, Philip K. Dick, 1957.
An adequate and rare novel length Zoroastrianism fantasy by Dick.
The use of a Virginia milieu was interesting.
By coincidence, this book also uses the idea of buildings that are either fake or mutable in their temporal identity just like Dick’s Ubik.
I note that, even in this short of a novel, Dick seemingly couldn’t resist having a protagonist with marital troubles.