In celebration of Amazon Studios’ release of Philip K. Dick’s novel The Man in the High Castle, with executive production from Ridley Scott, it’s a good time to revisit this classic.
In San Francisco, the I Ching is as common as the Yellow Pages.
All because some twenty years earlier the United States lost a war—and is now occupied by Nazi Germany and Japan.
This harrowing, Hugo Award-winning novel is the work that established Philip K. Dick as an innovator in science fiction while breaking the barrier between science fiction and the serious novel of ideas.
In it, Dick offers a haunting vision of history as a nightmare from which it may just be possible to wake.