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Glitch by Heather Anastasiu
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Sep 04, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: jessica
Read from July 16 to 25, 2012

Concepts like Glitch really interest me. The whole inserting chips and controlling a person is creepy yet intriguing. Could you imagine, having a, well like usb port in the back of your neck? Being a drone, free of any and all emotions. Not being able to feel pain, well your body can but your brain doesn’t register it so it’s like a pain-free life. But like our main character, Zoel says, you also never get to feel happiness, joy and most importantly, love. What kind of life is that really? We, as humans, have to take the good with the bad but when it’s good, it’s really a great feeling. If given the choice, would you opt for a emotion free existence or would you rather enjoy everything life has to offer? The good and the bad…

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