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Where can I find audiobooks by Philip K. Dick?

Asked by therflu (2points) June 30th, 2007

Could someone post audiobooks of the four 1960' novels (recently published by Library of America) on a blogspot?

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andrew's avatar

is the question "can" someone or "will" someone?

mdy's avatar

@therflu -- you can find audiobooks of Philip K. Dick's novels at I just did a quick search there on their website, and they've got:

1. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
2. A Scanner Darkly
3. Paycheck
4. Martian Time-Slip
5. The Golden Man
6. Galactic Pot Healer
7. Minority Report and other stories also has an ongoing promo where you can sign-up for a 14-day free trial. As part of the trial, you can download (and keep) any of the books they have, with no obligation to sign up.

Just go to or -- both of those are promo links that have the 14-day free trial offer. Hope that helps.

mdy's avatar

Oh -- and I just realized that I completely misread the original question! haha! Sorry about that!

bpeoples's avatar

Totally guessing-- 1960 doesn't sound like it's out of copyright yet, so you couldn't freely produce a derivative work.

bob's avatar

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep is one of the novels Library of America is putting out, and the excellent audio book version at is narrated by Matthew Modine and Calista Flockhart.

I've heard that version of the book, and it's well done. You could use your one free download on that.

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