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The Infinite Grey (Infinite Trilogy #3)

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Paul Fabulan, subject to an experiment to encode his psyche with the text of Jonkil Calembour, returns to his former part-time teaching post only to fight against a new reformer named Martin Schulmann who seeks to transform universities into degree mills in line with neoliberal policies. Gimaldi finds himself teaching a course on codes and ciphers while Castellemare (now j...more
Paperback, 666 pages
Published June 1st 2013 by Civil Coping Mechanisms (first published March 15th 2013)
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Kyle Muntz
Early copy. This is the conclusion of probably my favorite ongoing trilogy. Possibly the most impressive novel(s) of ideas ever written.
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Kane X. Faucher is the author of several novels and has been a regular contributor to a few international magazines. His works are a mix of the absurd, the comical, and the critical, generally involving themes of language, media, contemporary art, and libraries. His prose style is slightly elevated and satirically snide.

He is also known for his expertise in rhetoric and propaganda studies, and pub...more
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