Number six is about a little book called; Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick. An interesting read to say the least (so I will say some more!)
Set in a post-apocalyptic Earth, where many have fled to Mars and other colonies, a bounty hunter sets out on his first hunt. Bounty hunters are police agents who track illegal androids. These are near-human, biological and smarter, androids defecting their servitude to humans. They only lack the ability to breed, live long or have empathy. There are also 'specials', radiated humans who lack the IQ to emigrate.
The story calls into question some very intriguing, and frightening, concepts. Since the only way to test a live person is to test their empathy, what if a human fails? Do the sentient 'andys' have rights or are they less valuable than the nearly extinct animals who are held sacred by the survivors? Would you pass an empathy test?
This book receives 9 strips of bacon, with feta fondue.
This book fits into the World of Damnation easily. Simulants who 'go rogue' would be hunted by police funded bounty hunters. It is also an interesting look at life outside the Cities, in the dust-ridden ruins occupied by specials...