The Man in the High Castle
The Pequod Review:
The Man in the High Castle is an alternate history novel that imagines a different outcome to World War II, one that results in the United States under the control of Imperial Japan and Nazi Germany. This premise alone would be intriguing enough, but Philip K. Dick goes further with a multi-layered and post-modern narrative that includes an alternate novel within the novel — one that reverses the story once again and imagines that the United States was victorious in World War II. Winner of the 1963 Hugo Award.