Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Quotes 2017 #39

"A kind of morbid curiosity overcame him. What had become of the Cold War with Russia? For that matter, what had become of Russia? Rapidly, he scanned the remaining pages. What he discovered made the hackles of his neck rise.

      Russia, as a category, had been abolished. It was just too painfully unpleasant. Millions of men and women, millions of square miles of land---GONE! What was there, instead? A barren plain? A misty emptiness? A vast pit?"

Philip K. Dick, Eye in the Sky.