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Blade runner. 3, Replicant night

Author: K W Jeter; Philip K Dick
Publisher: London : Orion, 1997, ©1996.
Series: Blade runner:.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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On a massive orbital station above a polluted, overcrowded Earth, a hotshot young director for Speed Death Productions is making a movie about Rick Deckard's life. Deckard is acting as a technical adviser, hoping to earn enough money to leave the Mars emigrant colony where he's been living incognito with Sarah Tyrell. The red planet is even more overcrowded than Earth, as emigration stalls due to dark rumors of
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Science fiction, American
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: K W Jeter; Philip K Dick
ISBN: 9780752808628 0752808621 185798420X 9781857984200 0553099833 9780553099836
OCLC Number: 745753879
Notes: Based on characters originally created by Philip K. Dick in "Do androids dream of electric sheep?" (filmed as Blade runner).
Originally published in hardcover: 1996.
Description: 309 pages ; 18 cm
Series Title: Blade runner:.
Other Titles: Blade Runner three
Replicant night
Blade runner (Motion picture)
Responsibility: K.W. Jeter.

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Rick Deckard has sold his story to a film director, but watching his past hunt for replicants being repeated on screen does funny things to his mind. He returns to Mars, where he has been living with  Read more...

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