" In the tradition of Philip K. Dick's relentless quest to explore the nature of reality, "Now Wait For Last Year" more specifically explores the notion of time, utilizing a clever political angle to drive this exploration forward. Its an intriguing book that touches on war, peace, politics, marital problems, the effects of drugs, drug addiction, and the purpose of one's role in the world when everything seems to be collapsing. If it sounds like alot, it is. But PKD is so good at pulling all his ideas together, as he seemingly always does. I found this book to be more depressing than the other ones I've read of his, only because its messages rung very true both to me personally and with regards to the state of the world. Another very solid book by one of America's great philosophers. "
— Sal, 2/14/2014