A 2002 National Book Award Finalist! "We went to the moon to have fun, but the moon turned out to completely suck." So states Titus, whose ability to read, write, and even think for himself has been completely obliterated by his "feed, " a ...
transmitter implanted directly into his brain. Feeds are a crucial part of life for Titus and his friends. After all, how else would they know where to party on the moon, how to get bargains at Weatherbee & Crotch, or how to accessorize the mysterious lesions everyone's been getting? But then Titus meets Violet, a girl who cares about what's happening in the world and challenges everything Titus and his friends hold dear. A girl who decides to fight the feed. Following in the footsteps of George Orwell, Anthony Burgess and Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., M. T. Anderson has created a not-so-brave new world--and a smart, savage satire about the nature of consumerism and what it means to be a teenager in America. Praise for Feed... [예스24 제공]
The way this book is written makes it hard to read but I'm not sure it could have been done in any different way. There are some really scary predictions in here about where we are going in our future. There were also a number of statements andThe way this book is written makes it hard to read but I'm not sure it could have been done in any different way. There are some really scary predictions in here about where we are going in our future. There were also a number of statements and situations that have been making me rethink everything I want to purchase lately and the reasons behind it. The story isn't fabulous but the book will really make you think....Continua Nascondi