This Perfect Day

This Perfect Day

Book - 1970
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A dystopian society is tightly controlled by the computers that oversee and regulate it. Rebels against its drug-induced conformity must therefore try to change the computer's fundamental programming.
Publisher: New York, NY : Random House, 1970.
ISBN: 9781605981291
Characteristics: 309 pages : 22 cm.

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peawormsworth
Sep 09, 2016

Holy crap! This is an excellent story.

You will it chilling if you, like me, find government surveillance to be creepy.

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matt_weatherford
Aug 16, 2016

This is an amazing book in the spirit of 1984, brave new world, and the matrix - Considering it was written in 1970 there is almost nothing "dated" about the novel - its a crisp, fast read - a real page turner. A must read for Sci Fi, political science, and eugenics fans ;)

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mooglee
May 13, 2015

My favorite book other than George Orwells' "1984". So much relevance to today's forced vaccination movement, RFID chips, etc. to the infamous survelliance state. I think Ira Levin had some foreknowledge of what is to come. He must have been a Freemason is my guess.

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TheeAvebury
Apr 11, 2015

Good sci-fi- story about a world run by a supercomputer- Unicomp. Has relevance to current events.

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geboboy7
Apr 10, 2012

fantastic and chilling, and even more so considering it was written in 1970!!!

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Aug 16, 2016

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