Alternate History novel by Philip K. Dick, published in 1962. It takes place in America in the early 1960s. This book is set in a world where the assassination of Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 led to a complete Axis victory in World War II, and German and Japanese domination over the entire world. The Man in the High Castle is mostly focused on the lives of ordinary people living in the Japanese-occupied Pacific States of America (the west coast) and the neutral buffer-zone Rocky Mountain States (the eastern USA being a German puppet government). Two books feature significantly - the I Ching and the book-within-a-book The Grasshopper Lies Heavy, which posits a world where the Axis Powers lost the war, written by the titular Man in the High Castle.
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