Review of The Man in The High Castle

The Man in The High Castle

Release year: 

1962

Writer:

Philip K. Dick

Known from: 

Total Recall, Minority Report, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

Content: 

The book is taking it’s view on how the world would be if Axis powers had won the war instead of us and then tells the story about some people different places in their lives and some is connected in different way, which is a bit confusing but they are all reading a book called “The Grasshopper Lies Heavy” which is a book about how the allies won which of cause means the book is banned. It is hard to say much about the story without ruining the story for you as it is so good.

Length: 

239 pages

Sequels or prequels: 

None

Genre:

Alternative world  

Review: 

One of the best books I have read and I will read more books of Philip K. Dick soon

Stars: 

7 out of 6 stars

Rereadability: 

Yes for sure

See you around
JTCHworld

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