Consumerism at its highest peak has found a way into our brains in Matthew Tobin Anderson’s Feed. In a not so distant future, Titus is the quintessential teenager inundated with the advertising and entertainment of the Feed directly implanted into his thought patterns. Not until a hacker strips him of his connection and he
meets Violet, a lovely traditionalist and anti-feed girl, does he begin to question his need for the embedded implant.
M.T. Anderson provides an interesting view into what could very well be the future of mankind, permanently bound into a network of information about everything.
As Titus, the main character, carries ...
Feed, by M.T Anderson is a novel set in a futuristic world. It depicts the lives of teenagers living in this world, and the trials and tribulations that they face each day. These trials and tri...