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Do androids dream of electric sheep? / Philip K. Dick.

Dick, Philip K. (author.). Dick, Philip K. Reprint of (manifestation): Electric shepherd. (Added Author).

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Bethel Public Library SCI-FI DICK (Text to phone) 34030141665445 Adult Science Fiction Available -
Hall Memorial Library - Ellington SF/DICK, PHILLIP K. (Text to phone) 34037076814096 Adult Science Fiction Available -
Howard Whittemore Library - Naugatuck FIC DICK, PHILIP (Text to phone) 34027140712244 Adult Fiction Available -
Killingworth Library Association FIC DIC (Text to phone) 33420145091972 Adult Fiction Available -
Milford Public Library DICK Philip (Text to phone) 34013144064311 Adult Fiction Available -
Putnam Public Library DICK (Text to phone) 33610117307949 Adult Fiction Available -
Ridgefield Library SF DICK (Text to phone) 34010132202440 Adult Science Fiction Available -
Salem Free Public Library SF DIC (Text to phone) 33640121336691 Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy Available -
Wolcott Public Library FIC DICK, P. DO (Text to phone) 34031143855034 Adult Fiction Available -

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General Note:
"A Del Rey book."
Reprint. Originally published as Electric shepherd by Norstrillia Press, ©1968.
Summary, etc.: By 2021, the World War had killed millions, driving entire species into extinction and sending mankind off-planet. Those who remained coveted any living creature, and for people who couldn't afford one, companies built incredibly realistic simulacrae: horses, birds, cats, sheep. . . They even built humans. Emigrees to Mars received androids so sophisticated it was impossible to tell them from true men or women. Fearful of the havoc these artificial humans could wreak, the government banned them from Earth. But when androids didn't want to be identified, they just blended in. Rick Deckard was an officially sanctioned bounty hunter whose job was to find rogue androids and retire them. But cornered, androids tended to fight back, with deadly results.
Subject: Androids Fiction
Bounty hunters Fiction
Genre: Science fiction.
Search Results Showing Item 13 of 321 Preferred library: Easton Public Library?

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