Birth date: March 27, 1942
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Brave New Shock Value: the Anti-Utopia So, I read that. Or listened to that. I can see why this was a revolutionary novel when it was written. Huxley set out to write a satire of the utopian novels so popular in his day and wrote a horror story instead. It's certainly imaginative, and not entirely...
bleh. snoozefest. glad I'm done with it.
Enjoyable. I wish I had read it when I was a child. Perhaps then I could have grown up to become an adult who enjoys fantasy novels. I loved the animated cartoon that used to air every year on television. The Jesus allegory is heavy, but probably only to the eyes of an adult. :-)
Audio version from Audible. Although the story kept me engaged enough to finish it, I can't say I truly enjoyed it. It offers some interesting (and I suppose novel, for the time) ideas. I think it's a pretty accurate appraisal of human nature. But that's really all this novel is - an attempt to answ...
Another one to add to my "binned" shelf. Not impressed.