A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick Paperback Book

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Author: Philip K. Dick

Narrator: Paul Giamatti

Format: Unabridged-CD, Paperback

Publisher: Random House

Published: May 2006

Genre: Fiction - Science Fiction - General

Retail Price: $34.95

Discs: 8

Synopsis

Fred is an agent who is so far undercover, even his boss doesn't know his true identity. Because his job requires him to ingest drugs, he has developed a split personality named Bob who has a thriving career dealing an addictive substance which makes people uninterested in human contact.

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