Author: M.T. Anderson

Landscape with Invisible Hand by M.T. Anderson

Landscape with Invisible Hand by M.T. Anderson

Adam’s life is pretty terrible. His mom is out of work.  His father’s left.  Their house is underwater (figuratively, not literally).  He has a terrible gastrointestinal disease.  Life since the vuuv invasion has been terrible. Then Adam falls in love, and Chloe comes up with an idea.  They’ll broadcast their love story 1950s style to the vuuv.  The vuuv are obsessed with the 50s and it’ll bring some money in.  It’s an amazing idea!  Until it’s not.  When one thing starts to spiral, everything starts to go out of control and it’s up to Adam to figure out a way to […]

Posted October 19, 2017 in Reviews // 0 Comments //
Feed by M. T. Anderson

Feed by M. T. Anderson

I simply cannot express how much I love this book. These are the reasons why: It’s a dystopian novel. I have a weak spot for dystopian novels. The characters feel real to me. Not an adult trying to write a teenager. I never doubt Titus as a character, never second-guess his motives. Perfectly crafted. The language. This is a pitfall for many people, but for me, it just ropes me in closer to the story. The questions it asks about technology and our dependence on it. And on instant gratification. I can see where this novel would be immediately flagged […]

Posted September 6, 2011 in Reviews // 0 Comments //