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    Dayworld by Philip Jose Farmer

Only by being watched may you become free. It’s 3414 AD, the rise of the New Era, and Earth has become massively overpopulated. The worldwide government has recently implemented a system that allows human civilization to continue: Each person lives only one day a week. For the other six he or she is “stoned”—placed in suspended animation. To keep everyone to their particular day, the activities of all citizens of the Organic Commonwealth of Earth are closely monitored.

Year: 1985
Genre: Action & Adventure SFDystopianScience Fiction

    Dayworld Rebel by Philip Jose Farmer

Jeff Caird was once a daybreaker: a criminal who avoided government-required suspended animation by living seven different identities. Now he goes by the name William St.-George Duncan, and he’s suppressed the memory of his past, and even his real identity, in order to avoid harsh punishment by the government of the Organic Commonwealth of Earth. But the danger is far from over, and the authorities continue to hunt him—because among the things he’s forgotten there’s something very important . . .

Year: 1987
Genre: Action & Adventure SFDystopian

    Dayworld Breakup by Philip Jose Farmer

The breathtaking finale in the Dayworld Trilogy reveals the truth about the perverse government of Earth in the New Era, and the ramifications of its fall, along with a deeper understanding of the man who dares to challenge it.

Year: 1990
Genre: Action & Adventure SFDystopian

 

 

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1985Dayworld by Philip Jose Farmer Action & Adventure SF, Dystopian, Science Fiction, Dayworld
1987Dayworld Rebel by Philip Jose Farmer Action & Adventure SF, Dystopian, Dayworld
1990Dayworld Breakup by Philip Jose Farmer Action & Adventure SF, Dystopian, Dayworld

 

 

 


 

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