Philip K. Dick is the author of the famous book, Do Androids Drteam of Electric Sheep. Dick is a science fiction author who has written many books throughout his career. Dick explored sociological, political and metaphysical themes in his novels.

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These are other novels written by Philid K. Dick...
Gather Yourselves Together · Voices from the Street · Vulcan's Hammer · Dr. Futurity · The Cosmic Puppets · Solar Lottery · Mary and the Giant · The World Jones Made · Eye in the Sky · The Man Who Japed · A Time for George Stavros · Pilgrim on the Hill · The Broken Bubble · Puttering About in a Small Land · Nicholas and the Higs · Time Out of Joint · In Milton Lumky Territory · Confessions of a Crap Artist · The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike · Humpty Dumpty in Oakland · The Man in the High Castle · We Can Build You · Martian Time-Slip · Dr. Bloodmoney, or How We Got Along After the Bomb · The Game-Players of Titan · The Simulacra · The Crack in Space · Now Wait for Last Year · Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? · Clans of the Alphane Moon · The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch · The Zap Gun · The Penultimate Truth · Deus Irae · The Unteleported Man · The Ganymede Takeover · Counter-Clock World · Nick and the Glimmung · Ubik · Galactic Pot-Healer · A Maze of Death · Our Friends from Frolix 8 · Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said · A Scanner Darkly · Radio Free Albemuth · VALIS · The Divine Invasion · The Transmigration of Timothy Archer · //The Owl in Daylight// (unfinished)

These are short stories... A Handful of Darkness (1955) · The Variable Man (1956) · The Preserving Machine (1969) · The Golden Man (1980) · The Book of Philip K. Dick (1973) · The Best of Philip K. Dick (1977) · Robots, Androids, and Mechanical Oddities (1984) · I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon (1985) · The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick (1987) · Beyond Lies the Wub (1988) · The Dark Haired Girl (1989) · The Father-Thing (1989) · Second Variety (1989) · The Days of Perky Pat (1990) · The Little Black Box (1990) · The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford (1990) · We Can Remember It for You Wholesale (1990) · The Minority Report (1991) · Second Variety (1991) · The Eye of the Sibyl (1992) · The Philip K. Dick Reader (1997) · Minority Report (2002) · Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick (2002) · Paycheck (2004) · Vintage PKD (2006)

and these are film adaptations... Blade Runner (1982) · Total Recall (1990) · Confessions of a Crap Artist (1992) · Screamers (1995) · Impostor (2002) · Minority Report (2002) · Paycheck (2003) · A Scanner Darkly (2006) · Next (2007) · Radio Free Albemuth (TBA) · King of the Elves (2012)

Philip is known to write many books that have to do with scientific fiction. Since Philip died when he
was 53, in 1982 many people started reading his books and he started to become more famous as when
he was writing books when he was alive. Since he been dead many people started reading his books.
He was written books like Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep and many more.

Philip K. Dick

"Dick, Philip K. (1928–82), American science fiction and fantasy writer. Born in Chicago, Dick studied briefly at the University of California in Berkeley, where he also worked for a radio station and managed a record store while publishing science fiction stories. After 1955, with the publication of his novels Solar Lottery and A Handful of Darkness, he established himself as one of the leading writers of science fiction and fantasy in America. Among his best‐known works are Eye in the Sky (1957), Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968), The Preserving Machine and Other Stories (1969), and A Scanner Darkly (1977). He introduced fairy‐tale motifs into many of his works, and in some of his stories like ‘The King of the Elves’ (1953), he incorporated traditional fairy‐tale characters into a realistic narrative about the owner of a gas station in the desert who is strangely called upon to save the Kingdom of the Elves"