" Set in a world in which people are trapped underground at first for their own safety and then by their own fear. This is the universal story of how governments work to manipulate their populations. Philip K. Dick does a masterful job with language, weaving obscure latin, english, and neologisms. It's an exercise to read both philosophically and intellectually. The best thing is that Dick never delivers a neat ending, and you can't count on a sequel or series. "
— Leslie, 1/23/2014