Samson Tonauac

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Samson Tonauac is a failed physicist turned author; a hedo-consumerist who believes that the more an individual consumes, the happier he or she will be. He writes books that people will dislike.

Interview with endev42 on Dreamsphere

endev42: You write books to be disliked. Why is that?
ST: The market is flooded with books written to be liked. There are over 1 million indie books published per year. If I started writing books to be liked there would be no point.

endev42: Okay. So then what is the point?
ST: The point behind Dreamsphere is to open people up to various aspects of meaning, or the lack thereof, in their lives. To... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2020 05:39
Average rating: 4.0 · 11 ratings · 7 reviews · 1 distinct workSimilar authors
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Dreamsphere by Samson Tonauac
"Dreamsphere: The Day We Stopped Dreaming by Samson Tonauac is a futuristic sci-fi cyberpunk enlaced with dark humour. The writing is raw and direct and mostly I didn't mind it as it gave a unique edge to the story. The plot structure was okay and..." Read more of this review »
Dreamsphere by Samson Tonauac
"Wow. This may be one of the best books I've ever read. Hands down. It is dark, it is hilarious, it is philosophical, it delves deep into the meaning of life and the problems each and everyone of us faces, and it is definitely punk. I am quite surp..." Read more of this review »
Dreamsphere by Samson Tonauac
"This was a strange one! Im not sure if its the most novel approach to writing Ive experienced or the worst idea since the invention of the underwater toaster. Maybe a touch of both...

The characters were intentionally written to be unlikeable, howe..." Read more of this review »
Kings and Queens by J.N. Eagles
"Beautiful little poetry story. It made me feel modern and empowered and nostalgic at the same time. It whiffed of adulthood and childhood and everything in between. Delightful."
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