Feed Characters

Matthew Tobin Anderson
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Titus is the narrator of the novel. He is a teenager who has a feed, or transmitter implanted into his brain. He is from a wealthy family and can easily afford to take trips to the moon. He parties with his friends like a normal teenager and engages in forbidden activities such as drinking and horseplay. The feed dominates his life, as it does with every teenager in the novel, and the feed controls his mind completely. When Titus thinks about something or wants something, the feed will send out advertisements, media announcements and shows to him. He and his friends decide what is trendy by the feed. As the novel begins, Titus is a typical, immature teenager living a normal life. He is bored by everything, which is also very normal for a teenager.

As the book progresses, Titus meets his love interest, Violet. Her traditionalist influence...

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