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Dr. Bloodmoney by Philip K. Dick
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Aug 09, 2009

bookshelves: scifi, summer09
Read in May, 2009

What I particularly enjoyed about this novel was that it was set in Berkeley and West Marin, places that I knew quite well. And I enjoy a good post-apocalyptic novel, even more so when it involves a phocomelus with psychic powers, spacemen, intelligent mutant animals (including rats who play the nose flute and speaking sheepdogs), robotic rat traps (and their vendors), herbal cigarettes, and eating horses by the docks in Berkeley.

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