PKD's Wife Finishes Final Novel
Wed, March 11, 2009 (07:58 PM)
From Slice of SciFi:
In the past few years, fans of Philip K. Dick have had a few treats show up in bookstores–some newly discovered completed works by the author. While not on the same level as his classic novel, "The Man in the High Castle" or the late author’s short stories, the novels are still a fascinating insight into the evolution of this influential science-fiction writer.
Now that fans have had a look back at the early works of Dick, they will soon get a look at the last novel Dick was working on before his death in 1982. The author’s wife, Tessa Dick, announced last month that she has completed work on the novel Dick was working on when he passed away. Called “The Owl In Daylight,” novel was to tell the story of a computer designer who ended up trapped inside a virtual reality of his own making.
"I hope that I have captured the spirit of 'The Owl' as Phil would have written it, if his life had not been cut short by a massive stroke," Tessa Dick said in an interview with Self-Publishing Review.
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