Blade Runner

Dick, Philip K.

| 1994

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Philip Stenstrm



Once again I find myself reading 'Do androids dream of electric sheep' and just like last time I'm amazed and stunned by the visionary and imaginative mind of the legendary sci-fi writer, Philip K. Dick. In a nearby future, post World War Terminus, androids from off world colonies have become a iminent problem for earth and its remaining inhabitants. Also, with the lack off life, animals have become the ultimate status symbol of wealth and well-being. In the endeavour to be able to distinguish human from synthetics a special departement is developed to search and "retire" - erase, androids. As the story develops, Rick Deckard, a well-experienced bounty hunter, is ordered to "retire" 6 androids, in one day. To be able to afford a live animal, Deckard accepts the mission that might well be his last. But in a world where life is the ultimate symbol, this suicide mission is easily accepted for a man without empathy to androids. By the brilliant mind of Philip K. Dick, a whole new world of sci-fi is presented in this novel. The story of Deckard and his life is portrayed in a way that is inexplicably great beyond any mind, except the one of Dick. This novel suprises me every time I read it and it will continue to surprise future readers.


Thomas Sievert



Fantastisk. Vldigt intressant spekulativ sci-fi.

Liza Bolin



Knepig och mycket underhllande samhllskritik i framtiden. Tappar farten lite framt slutet.

Erik Hoff



haha ja, filmen r knappt lik boken, vilket var mitt problem nr jag lste boken. Filmen r enligt min mening en av de tio bsta filmer ngonsin och boken blev ngot av en besvikelse.

Jakob Bengtsson



Har du bara sett filmen kan du ju inte stta betyg p filmen! De r ju helt annorlunda!