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Powell's Q&A | September 3, 2014

Emily St. John Mandel: IMG Powell’s Q&A: Emily St. John Mandel

Describe your latest book. My new novel is called Station Eleven. It's about a traveling Shakespearean theatre company in a post-apocalyptic North... Continue »
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    Station Eleven

    Emily St. John Mandel 9780385353304


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Feed by M. T. Anderson

Bernard Regier, May 1, 2013

Twice during the non-stop reading of this book, I had to flip back to reaffirm the 2003 publishing date. Back then, I would've thought M.T. Anderson's satirical story of a consumeristic dystopia, both imaginative and amusing. The story, seen through the eyes of a teenager who's inklings of a broader, deeper world beyond the artificially enhanced enclosures of future mid-America as well as the late-teen consumer behavioral expectations constantly feeding his thoughts via chip implant, come too late for one coming-of-age in a society that had, long before, subjugated itself to the force-"feeding" of corporate mass-marketing. As it were, I started (and finished) this book on a mid-January day of 2013, a time when nearly every trans-national web retailer (Amazon, eBay, Google, Rakutan, et al) and their subsidiaries where going "all-in" on buyer behavior software and profile databanking, I found this book to be frighteningly insightful and its author; mystically intuitive. I believe I'll purchase the signed edition from the seer himself and send my old copy (via snail mail) to the editorial staff at "Netted by the Webbys". Still reeling while holding a thumb skywards,
--Bernard Regier
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Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature: Tesla's Science of Energy by Thomas Valone
Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature: Tesla's Science of Energy

Bernard Regier, January 2, 2013

There are some books that are so understandable they must be owned. Then there are some books that are so incomprehensible they must be disowned. This book is the only one I've ever encountered that is incomprehensible and yet, most certainly, MUST be owned.
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