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  • Minority Report and Other Stories (Unabridged Stories)

  • By: Philip K. Dick
  • Narrated by: Keir Dullea
  • Length: 7 hrs and 27 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (1,883 ratings)

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By: Philip K. Dick
Narrated by: Keir Dullea
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Publisher's summary

Viewed by many as the greatest science fiction writer on any planet, Philip K. Dick has written some of the most intriguing, original, and thought-provoking fiction of our time. This collection includes stories that will make you laugh, cringe...and stop and think.

In "The Minority Report," a special unit that employs those with the power of precognition to prevent crimes proves itself less than reliable. This story was the basis of the feature film Minority Report.

In, "We Can Remember It For You Wholesale," an everyguy's yearning for more exciting "memories" places him in a danger he never could have imagined. This story was the basis of the feature film Total Recall.

In "Paycheck," a mechanic who has no memory of the previous two years of his life finds that a bag of seemingly worthless and unrelated objects can actually unlock the secret of his recent past, and insure that he has a future. This story was the basis of the feature film Paycheck.

In "Second Variety," the UN's technological advances to win a global war veer out of control, threatening to destroy all of humankind. This story was the basis of the feature film Screamers.

And "The Eyes Have It" is a whimsical, laugh-out-loud play on the words of the title.

©1987 The Estate of Philip K. Dick (P)2001 and © 2002 HarperCollinsPublishers, Inc.

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