FeedFeed by M.T. Anderson
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oops, i accidentally liked this book! i swear it was unintentional. i was all set to hate it, especially after greg’s review (which to be fair, was less about hating the book and more about hating the people this book might be hoping to educate). the wariness i had about it being in kidcode teenspeak was unnecessary—it was like reading clockwork orange or irvine welsh or anything else in dialect. i thought it was going to be written in contemporary teentalk, which is lame, but if it’s made-up speculative teen-ese, its less annoying. weird, right? if you want to read a good review of the book, read greg’s, because all i am going to say is—the moon sucks, i totally agree. and they have a filet mignon park with a steak labyrinth. you can’t have a dystopia with a steak labyrinth, because it sounds too much like heaven. and as the only person without an i-pod, cell phone, blackberry, or watch, i can now say i am “resisting the feed”!! but i never would.

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