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A teenager is mentored in the Art of Game Design - by God Himself...

But - can he solve the mystery of the Meaningless Sequence of Arbitrary Symbols?

A Satirical Magic-Realist Bangsian Fantasy Coming-of-Age Novel about Videogames, and Everything Else, as Well...
by Oscar Velikovsky (no relation)
252nd November 2088.

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A young man of 18 dreams that he meets
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Kindle Edition, 2nd Edn, 248 pages
Published 2012 by Amazon
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Sheila
Feb 18, 2016 Sheila rated it really liked it
Shelves: humor, graphic-novel
Irreverent, interesting, odd, A Meaningless Sequence of Arbitrary Symbols starts with a graphic novel chapter of quickly drawn images and widely ranging symbols, from the Christmas manger to cult TV series such as The Prisoner (though the balls in question might seem more anatomical), and from politics (ah the joys of being misunderappreciated!) to Hollywood (which may be the same place). Then a singularly unreliable narrator takes over from the Insane Asylum. The text is illustrated in full ...more
Joe
Jul 12, 2012 Joe rated it really liked it
Crazy.
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