[Epub] ↠ furtl Author Strobe Witherspoon – Tanitiyor.us

[Epub] ↠ furtl  Author Strobe Witherspoon – Tanitiyor.us
  • Kindle Edition
  • 187 pages
  • furtl
  • Strobe Witherspoon
  • English
  • 06 March 2018

furtl 1984 Meets Idiocracy Meets The 2016 US Presidential Election KIRKUS REVIEWS BEST OF THE YEAR SELECTION In A Dumbed Down, Dystopic Near Future America, High Tech Tycoon Manny Kahn Fights To Save The Nation From Political Pathologies Brought About By His Own Creation, A Ubiquitous Online Search EngineWitherspoon Keeps The Narrative As Lean As An IPad And Resists The Gimmick Of Writing The Thing In Text Message Shorthand Though Characterizations Are Often Tweet Deep, The Nonstop Invention And Wit Spare Neither The Left Nor The Right Sharp Toothed And Bluetoothed Gigabyte Size Political And Social Satire For The Wired Generation KIRKUS REVIEWS As Page Turning As It Was Satirical And Allegorical It Simultaneously Pokes Fun And Offers Commentary On Privacy And The Negative Effects Of Social Networks Buy It In Paperback Form, Or Enjoy The Irony Of Downloading The Ebook PEOPLE S WORLD Top 10 Books Of 2014OTHER REVIEWS Paranoid Nonsense The Author Creates An Absurd World Where The Government Is Dysfunctional, Extreme Partisan Politics Is The Norm, And Privacy Is No Longer Possible Witherspoon Sounds Like An Out Of Touch Luddite With A Superiority Complex And I Have Deep Concern For His Mental State Mitch Witherspoon, Strobe S Son Almost As Good As My First Novel Horace Witherspoon, Strobe S Uncle And Author Of Are There Chicken Nuggets In Heaven Serious And Silly, Earnest And Cynical The Struggle To Balance National Security And Personal Privacy Comes Alive In This Heart Pounding Debut Novel A Clarion Call To All Who Think Clearing Their Internet History Is Enough As Politics, Technology, And Commerce Continue On Their Collision Course, This Book Asks, Are We Ready Amber Witherspoon, Strobe S Cousin And Founder, Bookjacketquotes.com I Have No Son Richard Tricky Witherspoon, Strobe S Dad.2026 Furtl, America S Once Dominant Technology Conglomerate Is Bleeding Money Holospace Machines Out Of China Have Transformed The Way People Do Business On The Internet And Furtl Can T Keep Up But There Is Hope If Furtl Can Get The US Government To Outlaw Holospace Machines, Their Search Algorithms, Social Networks, And Proximity Payment Systems Will Live To See Another Day All The Government Wants In Return Is Unrestricted Access To Furtl S User Information So It Can Squash Its Political Opponents It S The Perfect Plan Issues Pertaining To Privacy, Innovation, And Democracy Notwithstanding.twitter Strwitherspoon

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10 thoughts on “furtl

  1. says:

    How can a book with a recommendation from the authors mum on the front cover be anything but good Strobes d but novel hits the ball out of the park In this world full of technology, driven by social media and the desire to be connected at all time Strobe with his tongue planted firmly in his cheek, takes aim and fires an intelligent and insightful satirical broadside at the world today and what it might become.The story is set in the distant future we...

  2. says:

    I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.Firstly, you need to read the endorsements at the start of this book, one from nearly every member of the author s family, and so hilarious It really did set a nice tone to my initial reading This book is part 1984, part A Clockwork Orange, and part reality While I felt that the book tried too hard initially to create its own language and speech, about halfway through it really found its stride and no longer felt s I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.Firstly, you need to read the endorsements at the start of this book, one from nearly every member of the author s family, and so hilarious It really did set a nice tone to my initial reading This book is part 1984, part A Clockwork Orange, and part reality While I felt that the book tried too hard initially to create its own language and speech, about halfway through it really found its stride and no longer felt so jarring Manny s story is one which everyone should read...

  3. says:

    In these times of NSA spying on American citizens all in the name or making us safer It is not unlikely to find a book that turns a comic eye on such events Furtl does just that It is a quick satirical look at what is currently happening in our world today The book is set in the not too distant future 2026 and proceeds to follow a line that eerily sounds way to familiar to our everyday lives This book is a combination of Politicians and Big corporations trying to blend everything into som In these times of NSA spying on American citizens all in the name or making us safer It is not un...

  4. says:

    furtl is funny and insightful, a tightly wound tale withpop references than I probably picked up Its political commentary was scathing, and its humor made me laugh out loudthan once This is what 1984 would have been if written in 2013 by a guy with a funnybone furtl chronicles the unceremonious unseating of the founder of the book s namesake company, a timid and weaselly fellow who has been swept away by peoplepolitically attuned and financially motivated than he After being furtl is funny and insightful, a tightly wound tale withpop references than I probably picked up Its political commentary was scathing, and its humor made me laugh out loudthan once This is what 1984 would have been if written in 2013 by a guy with a funnybone furtl chronicles the unceremonious unseating of the founder of the book s namesake company, a timid and weaselly fellow who has been swept away by peoplepolitically attuned and financially motivated than he After being ousted, he heads off into the Bhutanian wilderness to sulk, only to be reawakened by the intrusion of technolog...

  5. says:

    Wow, a quick and easy read The book did start off on a few tangents that leave you wondering what s going on and then seem dropped, but don t let that bother you as they are relevant to the story.I, personally, do not care for long drawn out boring reviews of a book I m about to read So, how would I describe this book in just a few words furtl is something akin to 1984 fused with the movie Idiocracy however, with a bitof a technology angle Don t get me wrong, I love Idiocracy and thin Wow, a quick and easy read The book did start off on a few tangents that leave you wondering what s going on and then seem dropped, but don t let that bother you as they are relevant to the story.I, personally, do not care for long drawn out boring reviews of a book I m about to read So, how would I describe this book in just a few words furtl is somet...

  6. says:

    As usual I received this book free in exchange for a review This time the author contacted me directly Despite that kindness I give my scrupulously honest opinion below.The nutshell sketch of this is that it paints a portrait of a world decades in the future that has gone mad under the influence of technology run amok Everything in the book has a close modern parallel Furtl is probable Google There s a close relative of the Patriot Act The NSA is now the DCS Department of Cultural Securit As usual I received this book free in exchange for a review This time the author contacted me directly Despite that kindness I give my scrupulously honest opinion below.The nutshell sketch of this is that it paints a portrait of a world decades in the future that has gone mad under the influence of technology run amok Everything in the book has a close modern parallel Furtl is probable Google There s a close relative of the Patriot Act The NSA is now the DCS Department of Cultural Se...

  7. says:

    This book becamerelevant as I read it due the issue with Apple and the FBI Satire, in my estimation, can be tough to pull off It is easy, it seems, to become to clownish with the jokes An author can spend so much time evolving current trends to an absurd state that the story suffers Strobe Witherspoon is careful to avoid this and tells a pretty good tale The book starts with a bang, and you are immediately in a world with its own language something that takes l33t to an extreme I fo This book becamerelevant as I read it due the issue with Apple and the FBI Satire, in my estimation, can be tough to pull off It is easy, it seems, to become to clownish with the jokes An author...

  8. says:

    Imagine a future with the extreme political ends of the spectrum gone wild This is like a girls gone wild story with tech companies wielding control over leaders and society itself It s 2026 and our worst nightmares about loss of privacy and individualism have been realized People are oblivious to their role as lemmings being blindly led Witherspoon has cleverly manufactured a future that s outrageous and yet within the scope of possibility He skews both the political right and the left whi Imagine a future with the extreme political ends of the spectrum gone wild This is like a girls gone wild story with tech companies wielding control over leaders and society itself It s 2026 and our worst nightmares about loss of privacy and individualism have been realized People ...

  9. says:

    This is what I want and expect out of every book I pick up but am so often let down Furtl is awesome, hilarious, thought provoking, and Strobe might just be the reincarnation of Nostradamus because I can definitely see some of this happening in the future This grim future where Nickelback is revered as the greatest band of all time and elitists hunt dolphins for sport This allegorical nightmare that is already beginning in small ways evidenced by the augmented reality people live on in Facebo This is what I want and expect out of every book I...

  10. says:

    This is the techno version of Idiocracy Between the two this is evenenjoyable and closer to what we see happening in lives and our fascination with technology In addition to lambasting our technological dependencies Strobe uses satire to lampoon both sides of the political field American politics that is One reviewer said that the premises was too far fetched and over the top I have to disagree While the extremes in Furtl are ludicrous I feel that level of ridiculousness only highli This is the techno version of Idiocracy Between the two this is evenenjoyable and closer to what we see happening in lives and our fascination with technology In addition to lambasting our technological dependencies Strobe uses satire to lampoon both sides of the political fi...

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