|Plot Summary of Feed|
|"Titus is an average teenager in America's future: He spends his days e-chatting with friends, buying the coolest new clothes and catching the hottest parties, on or off-planet. And like everyone else he knows, Titus is forever hard-wired into the constant advertisement-information barrage known as The Feed.
During a Spring Break party on the Moon, Titus meets up with a girl named Violet. She seems a little out of sorts: She likes to actually speak with her mouth, rather than just e-chat through the feed, for starters, and she has serious reservations about the forced consumerism that has packaged every person into a neat demographic cube. When a hacker's attack temporarily disables the feeds hooked into Titus, his friends and Violet, Titus and Violet spend their recovery time together, and he starts to learn more about this strange girl and the odd past which sets her apart from the vast majority of society. But it soon becomes apparent that something is wrong with Violet's feed, and Titus must reconcile the only life he knows with Violet's terrible, eye-opening vision of the truth."
John Booth, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Feed|
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Composition of Book
planning/preparing, gather info, debate puzzles/motives - 10%
Feelings, relationships, character bio/development - 50%
Descript. of society, phenomena (tech), places - 40%
Tone of book
FANTASY or SCIENCE FICTION?
- science fiction story
Kind of alteration:
- Under control of microchip in brain
Is this an adult or child's book?
- Adult or Young Adult Book
- a teen
Is this an ordinary person caught up in events?
How sensitive is this character?
- sensitive to others' feelings
Sense of humor
- Mostly serious with occasional humor
- Smarter than most other characters
- average physique
- business executive
How much of work is main antagonist actually present in:
- throughout most of the book.
Takes place on Earth?
Not Earth, in Solar System?
- mostly 1st
Accounts of torture and death?
- moderately detailed references to deaths
scientific jargon? (SF only)
- none/very little science jargon needed
How much dialogue?
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
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