The World Jones Made

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Number of Pages
199
Publication year
1993
Book Rating
3.63/5 (2100 ratings)

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Floyd Jones is sullen, ungainly, and very possibly angry, but at a really short time he'll grow from telling fortunes in a mutant carnival to convulsing an whole planet. For although Jones has the capability to find the future -- a strength which makes his life a misery -- his real talent lies in his capacity to make people dream in a universe where faking was made illegal, even if the fantasy is equal from a nightmare. In Philip K. Dick's unsettling chronicle of the rise and collapse of a postnuclear messiah, readers will get a book that's as minutely realistic since it's prophetic. For combined with its engineered mutants, hermaphroditic sex celebrities, and protoplasmic drifters in the celebrities, The World Jones Made gives us nothing less than a fatal accurate reading of their own thirst for opinion.

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