Electronic mechanic Jennings wakes up with no memory of the past two years of his life, except that he had agreed to work for Retherick Construction. Payment for his services, now completed, is a bag of seemingly worthless objects: a code key, a ticket stub, a receipt, a length of wire, half a poker chip, a piece of green cloth, and a bus token. But when he is confronted by the Special Police, who seem to be investigating Retherick for their own reasons, Jennings finds himself running for his life, realizing that the "worthless" objects are the key to unlocking his recent past, and ensuring that he has a future.More
"Narrator Dullea does a fine job of evoking the story's tension as well as Jennings' puzzlement over his situation." (Publishers Weekly)
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Typical Philip K. Dick story
- Laura "Yardtigress"
Not as good as the movie.
- David "I love listening in the car. It's about the only thing that makes my morning commute tolerable."