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The media and particularly by playing on Americans’ fears of Big Brother Consumerism and privatization have run amok in this landscape of flashing screens and subtle brainwa. This book nearly gets a four It s sooooo close The only thing stopping it is that it doesn t uite do what it sets out to do That and the ending isn t very good If you want to read a great distopian

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Scorch AUTHOR A.D. Nauman

In the future world of Scorch America is run by a “corporacracy” Three conglomerates have taken control not by force but by manipulating common beliefs and values through. Fairly completely realised imagination of a dystopian USA future somewhat disconcerting to read in the context of the recent past performance of US politics and international policy especially the

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Shing a world where even city streets and public schools are run by big business This is a darkly comic first novel of a dystopian future with echoes of 1984 and Brave New Wor. I d rate this a 35 if I could Good writing and a scary dystopian concept I really enjoyed it


9 thoughts on “Scorch AUTHOR A.D. Nauman

  1. says:

    Fairly completely realised imagination of a dystopian USA future; somewhat disconcerting to read in the context of the recent past performance of US politics and international policy especially the introduction and ongoing dissemination of the Patriot Act and the ongoing War to dominate the World's resources while we bankrupt our own economy and oops the rest of the global market aka the 'war on terror'One can postulate that total dominatio

  2. says:

    One of my favorite underground sci fi books of all time You'll hate the cover You'll love the protagonists She takes two s

  3. says:

    This book got lost in the shuffle of SOFT SKULL's crazy time It merits a revival

  4. says:

    This book nearly gets a four It's sooooo close The only thing stopping it is that it doesn't uite do what it sets out to d

  5. says:

    A silly vapid fantasy that fancies itself a dystopian possibility while coming across like a satire of the Marxist worldview

  6. says:

    engaging for its themes than its prose

  7. says:

    Read for free online at Wowiocom Not particularly imaginative

  8. says:

    very slow and not exciting; no happy ending

  9. says:

    I'd rate this a 35 if I could Good writing and a scary dystopian concept I really enjoyed it