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Everything Is Broken by John Shirley
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May 09, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: first-reads, reread-and-or-review, do-not-read-again, apocolypse, politics
Recommended for: politically driven
Read from May 26 to 30, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

**Note: I received this book free through a GoodReads give-away. This means it was from the author, publisher, or official representative of the book.**

Full review is in the writing phase and is giving me a hard time. Weather (or something) has given me a few bad migraine days, so it's been lots of fun trying to dig through my brain for the word I meant. Or even a word I can use to FIND the word I meant. But it's coming...

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05/30/2012 page 130
41.0% "So far, not too impressed. The characters are pretty 2-D and I'm having trouble keeping track of them all. This mostly seems like a thinly veiled way of saying the neo-con/Tea Party/libertarian movement is dogmatic, illogical, can't actually support their views in a discussion, can't deal with a crisis, are crazy, and tonight, Pinky, want to take over the world with a pack of thugs."

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