In his critically acclaimed science fiction novel, Philip K. Dick creates a shocking vision of the United States of the 60s that stands in direct opposition to history's records of that uninhibited decade. The Axis have won World War II, Japan and Germany occupy America, Nazi rockets rule the skies, and slaves again are forced to serve harsh masters. Fleeing a world governed by hate and superstition, Juliana Frink travels to the no-man's-land of the Rocky Mountain States. When a mysterious traveler lends her his copy of a sensational novel that has been banned in the Nazi-held eastern territory-she reads of another way of living. Intrigued, Juliana embarks on a perilous search for the courageous author and his provocative brand of truth. With language both jarring and powerful, Philip K. Dick's harrowing portrayal of a society floundering without a moral compass blurs the distinction between reality and possibility. Veteran narrator George Guidall dramatically breathes life into the full cast of international characters in this memorable book.
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