Man in the Dark by Paul Auster
Giordano Bruno proposed the existence of alternative universes back in the sixteenth century . . . and he was burnt at the stake. Philip K. Dick did the same thing four hundred years later, and he received only a slightly warmer (or perhaps “cooler” is the better word) response from the establishment of his day. In the new millennium, both Bruno and Dic…
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