Recently a new book about Blade Runner was published; The Blade Runner Experience. I haven’t read the book personally yet, however here are two reviews of the book which gives it the thumbs-up. Blogcritics.org writes: “This book seeks to examine the film from a variety of perspectives; the series of essays included here consider not only the original film but the other ways in which the story has been expanded by a PC game and a series of novelized sequels (which seek to build upon the tenuous nature of Deckard’s humanity, simultaneously bringing into sharp relief the question of exactly what it means to “be” human anyway). The book also explores the many ways in which the film has influenced a host of imitators, and delves into the interaction between the film’s fans and the nightmarish future envisioned by Scott and his crew. The authors of the essays found here are a disparate collection of philosophers, film historians, and cultural critics, and the book is a welcome addition to the study of an amazingly influential film.”. Netribution has a review by Laurence Boyce where he writes: “Considering the film is one of my favourites, and I’m in possession of a Film Studies degree, then I have a “Target Audience” stamped across my forehead when it comes to The Blade Runner Experience and I suspect that, to get the most out of this, you’d have to be the same. If you’re studying the film, have studied it and want to explore more ideas contained in it and the various spin off projects then this is a book that will pique your interest and provoke debate. If you want some nice pictures of Harrison Ford or Daryl Hannah, then I’d go somewhere else.