The Game-Players of Titan

Buy this Book Now
Number of Pages
223
Publication year
2001
Book Rating
3.64/5 (2829 ratings)

About

Inside this sardonically humorous gem of speculative fiction, Philip K. Dick makes a book that manages to be inconsistent and perversely logical. Poor Pete Garden has lost Berkeley. He has also missing his wife, but he will find a new one when he rolls out a three. It is all a part of the principles of Bluff, the game that has turned into a blinding obsession for the past inhabitants of this planet Earth. However, the principles are going to change--radically and terminally--since Pete Garden will be enjoying his second match against an opponent that is not even human, for bets which are a whole lot higher than Berkeley.

Brief about Author