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Corpalism - Arun D. Ellis
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3.46 65
Format: kindle
ASIN: 14759944
Pages no: 778
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Jules rated it
4.0 Corpalism
Well, wow.3.5 starsIt's a LOT of information, this book. It's a large number of suppositions carried to seemingly-outlandish-but-actually-completely-logical conclusions, each meticulously researched.My mind is still kind of reeling...will try to more thoroughly review at a later date.I will say that...
Marvin's Bookish Blog
Marvin's Bookish Blog rated it
3.0 Corpalism
Corpalism is an impressive effect. Whether you think it is a successful effort may depend on your socio-political viewpoint, but it shouldn't. Arun D, Ellis has taken events in our present such as 9/11, the Great Recession and more and puts them into his version of a near-future dystopia. It is not ...
Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!"
Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!" rated it
3.0 Corpalism
4 stars for the message of this book. I really liked what the author was getting at in this one regarding the socio-political commentary and I tend to agree with a lot of what he had to say.3 stars for the book as a whole. I really got into the first part. I thought that section was pretty stellar w...
Dorayne's Doorway
Dorayne's Doorway rated it
5.0 Corpalism
Very grateful for this recommendation - I enjoyed every part of the book. Some of them may have seemed less enticing, interesting or even unnecessary for the story as a whole but nevertheless, it was an amazing and fulfilling experience. I was not concerned about the size of the book - if I like a b...
knittingnut rated it
3.0 Corpalism
Books one and two whizz along but book three is a bit of a grindas one book i felt that this was too long especially with book 3 being disappointing
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