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Philip K. Dick - Lies, Inc.

Philip K. Dick - Lies, Inc.

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"Lies, Inc." is a science fiction novel written by Philip K. Dick, first published in 1966. The novel is also known by its original title, "The Unteleported Man." Like many of Dick's works, "Lies, Inc." explores themes of reality, identity, and the blurred lines between the real and the artificial.

The story is set in a future world where people can teleport to other planets. Rachmael ben Applebaum, the novel's protagonist, becomes suspicious of the teleportation system and begins to investigate it. His journey takes him to a colony on the planet Whale's Mouth, where he encounters strange and surreal phenomena.

As Rachmael delves deeper into his investigation, he discovers that reality itself is being manipulated, and he becomes entangled in a complex web of deceit and conspiracy. The novel explores the nature of reality and the unreliability of human perception.

"Lies, Inc." is known for its mind-bending narrative and its exploration of philosophical and metaphysical questions. It challenges the reader to question the nature of reality and the boundaries between truth and illusion. While it may not be as well-known as some of Dick's other works like "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" (which inspired the film "Blade Runner"), "Lies, Inc." is a thought-provoking addition to the author's body of work and is appreciated by fans of his unique brand of science fiction.
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