The Man In The High Castle
The Three Stigmata Of Palmer Eldritch
Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?
Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said
A Scanner Darkly
The Transmigration Of Timothy Archer
Radio Free Albemuth
None of his short stories. Need to get a good comp of those...the Exegesis is 8000 pages or so, good luck with that.
Dick's books form some pretty fascinating commentary on the 50s, 60s, 70s and even the dawn of the Reagan era (Transmigration of Timothy Archer of course a take on the 70s cult thing and its end with Jonestown.)
Middlesex is glorious; terrific writing style and great storytelling, even if it doesn't add up to any grand moral or anything like that, just a great telling of its family history. I guess you can't really go wrong doing that "tell the story through the 60s on to the present day" thing--it sustained Underworld too, where unlike Middlesex I couldn't have cared less about the characters and wasn't even sure I was supposed to anyway. But Middlesex was grand stuff, among the 20 best books I've read. Since Eugenides had already written a really good book (and had it turned into a great movie by Sofia Coppola) with The Virgin Suicides, it was sort of a shame to see him take so long to release The Marriage Plot which was well-written but added up to nothing more than a fictionalization of his college days circa 1982 with David Foster Wallace.