Edition language: Hungarian
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Ben Elton's has a talent for seeing past the surface of things to the reality lurking beneath. In "Dead Famous" he showed us how little reality there is in Reality TV. In "Chart Throb" he exposed how the outcomes of TV talent shows are manipulated. In "Blind Faith" he shows us where we may get to i...
This is a dystopian novel in which the state is run by the 'church' -- one that condones and sanctions acts of debauchery as mandated by the god of love. Every personal aspect of everyone's life is to be blogged about, video-tubed (yes, that's what it's called in the book), made public knowledge, et...
2/3rd of this book had a good satirical tone to it. Ben Elton has created an over the top dystopian world while intentionally making it obtuse with low-brow humor, but a good satire nonetheless. The last 1/3rd could have been better where the book lost its plot somewhat.But Ben Elton's satirical sty...
A modernized version of 1984, although not quite up to the same literary standards. However, being the plebeian that I am ( ;-) ) I may just prefer this novel.The society described was absolutely ludicrous, although at the same time scarily plausible with the fast growth of blogging sites, twitter, ...
In a world where you are obliged to blog about everything, where mortality is very high, mostly because science is a dirty word, where the church is more concerned with keeping people happy than the truth, Trafford Sewell struggles to keep going.It's a world that's not all to unbelievable, scarily, ...
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