A thoroughly confusing book whose chapters are strung together with foul language The characters are shallow and not especially evoking of sympathy except for the goat I slogged forward for 200 pages, then I gave up and skipped to the end to see how and if the thing ended All in all, two quotes from the fictitious advanced praise on the dust jacket sum this book up makes for great kindling and no idea how it made it to print The author uses a pseudonym I would too if I had perpetrated this novel I am so disappointed in, and I think so little of this book that I cannot even give it away to our Friends of the Library bookstore My copy is our recycling bin awaiting tomorrow s pick up.
It feels like there s a footnote every paragraph sometimes this doesn t make for a good Kindle experience.
The dialog, language, and grammar are utterly off putting There must be a hundred uses of would of done this and could of used that it s not in realm patois it s just cringeworthy And, as another reviewer noted, the analogies are at the ten year old level.
FKA sort of wants to be Idiocracy meets Snow Crash and Fallout hyperbranding and anarchic post Internet stuff , but it doesn t succeed Every page is an overwhelming blast of unnecessary and verbose glitz The narrative is wholly underwhelming, and the whole experience is a pricey trip to nowhere I cannot believe it s been opted for a screenplay Shudder If I wrote this, I d use a pen name too.
Decent effort, I guess However, if you are used to good writing, good plot development, plausible futuristic scenarios, don t waste your time and money I am forever frustrated by the reviewers who claimed this novel was brilliant or wonderful Money poorly spent.