The Man In the High Castle
By Goldmine Reads
In the America of the year 1962, Jews remain in hiding—their real identities masked under fake names—and enslaving the black population is made legal yet again.
It has been more than two decades since the United States lost World War II, and now the entire America is divided and occupied by the Nazis and the Japanese.
Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle won the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1963. It is among the notable works which innovated the very definition of science fiction. The Man in the High Castle presents a harrowing description of another world—a world where the United States and the mighty power it once boasted are no longer.