For Fans of BLADE RUNNER 2049

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The original Blade Runner film (1982) was loosely based on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? You’ll find it in the fiction section under the author, Philip K. Dick. If you enjoyed Blade Runner 2049, try these similar titles.

A Clockwork Orange

Teenage gangs of the future lead coppers on an exhilarating romp through the streets of London.

 

Ready Player One

In 2044 Wade Watts attempts to win the greatest lottery prize in history, by solving a series of horendously difficult puzzles—hidden inside the virtual world known as OASIS.

Neuromancer

A washed-up computer hacker in the dystopian future underworld of Japan is hired by a mysterious employer to pull off the ultimate hack.

Gun, with Occasional Music

Detective Conrad Metcalf is looking for the murderer of a urologist in the Bay Area of the future. A place where babies have the minds of adults and a mob boss uses a kangaroo as a hit-man.

Hyperion

Seven pilgrims form Earth—each hiding a terrible secret—set forth across space & time, in order to stop (or at least slow down) an incredibly destructive being known as the Shrike.

Snow Crash

Pizza delivery guy in the real world, warrior prince in the virtual one—Hiro Protagonist is on a mission to save the Metaverse from the evil villains out to destroy it.