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The City of Folding Faces

The Ruga can express with satisfying clarity the way they now experience the world with the side effect that they are increasingly cut off from the rest of humanityBut Mara still wants to communicate her experience to the non Ruga people who matter most to her especially her boyfriend Arlo As she feels him slipping away she undertakes radical changes in her life in order to hold on It is through her struggle to remain connected to him that she at last discovers a way to adapt living with a divergent psyche in a linear world Incredible exploration of affect and renewal The Line people who matter most to her especially her boyfriend Arlo As she feels him slipping away she undertakes radical changes in her life in order to hold on It is through her struggle to remain connected to him that she at last discovers a way to adapt living with a divergent Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy psyche in a linear world Incredible exploration of affect and renewal

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“After returning from the of Folding eBook #10003 system each morning Mara forgot who she had been the day before Every day showed her a new world”At the mysterious research facility known only as the Casino anyone can play Roulette but it’s not a game for The City eBook #9734 the faint of heart Those who upload themselves into the system expand their consciousness far beyond natural human limits But when they return to their bodies and the everyday world they struggle to function finding their memories their speech an I can clearly recall my brain doing a jellied backflip the first time that I read Neuromancer those first 30 pages rewiring my brain in uncomfortable yet meaningful ways In the hundreds of books read since Gibson s magnum opus I ve not had that same experience until reading Basu s poetic mindfuck When humanity ascends to the next level of consciousness it will probably look and feel a lot like what we see through the eyes of Mara the story s protagonist There s so much happening in these 170 pages the reader is forced to slow it all down chew slowly rethink and reread This past weekend I met a stranger at a party we got to talking about books and he told me he had just finished reading this gem and that he couldn t really concentrate on much else Having finished the book this morning before work I totally understand I ve been infected and want to go back and read this again Join me

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D even their City of Folding PDF #203 dreams changed beyond recognitionLike many who have played Roulette and fallen into a state of profound dimensional dysphoria Mara chooses to undergo a cutting edge body modification surgery which by changing the very structure of her face promises to give her a language for expressing the inexpressible And so she joins a growing subculture the Ruga who thanks to the surgery can communicate with each other through infinite permutations of facial colorations and wrinkles Among themselves This book was so unexpected in its direction but thoroughly enjoyable I love the idea of the Ruga and the Casino a play on both hard sci fi tropes and nuanced relatable issues of isolation and connecting are here in abundance not to mention wonderful writing Looking forward to what is next from the author

  • Paperback
  • 168
  • The City of Folding Faces
  • Jayinee Basu
  • English
  • 06 June 2018
  • 9781941360262

10 thoughts on “The City of Folding Faces

  1. says:

    I can clearly recall my brain doing a jellied backflip the first time that I read Neuromancer those first 30 pages rewiring my brain in uncomfortable yet meaningful ways In the hundreds of books read since Gibson's magnum opus I've not had that same experience until reading' Basu's poetic mindfuck When humanity ascends to the next level of consciousness it will probably look and feel a lot like what we see through the ey

  2. says:

    A phenomenology of contemporary reading Oscar Wilde said that only shallow people do not judge by appearances In the libr

  3. says:

    I knew when I picked up this book that it might be literary fiction than science fiction The packaging isn't traditional sf and the back cover description looked like weird fiction than the rigorous working out of some speculative ideasIt turned out I was right but there is a sizeable amount of future neuroscience in the book along

  4. says:

    I wasn’t held captive by this book’s plot It was theme and milieu all the way Prose too now that I think about it It’s beautifully written but its ideas are what stickI have already told at least a couple of people about this bo

  5. says:

    This book was so unexpected in its direction but thoroughly enjoyable I love the idea of the Ruga and the Casino a play on both hard sci fi tropes and nuanced relatable issues of isolation and connecting are here in abundance not to mention wonderful writing Looking forward to what is next from the author

  6. says:

    I'm not sure what I just read At first I suspected it was a metaphor for existential angst but now I don't know

  7. says:

    I enjoyed the world building and uestions about identityself brought up throughout the book The central plot characters and narrative writing w

  8. says:

    Very interesting I'm not sure if I 100% understand happened but I enjoyed it It's short and probably would be even better on a reread It reminded me a bit of Philip K Dick not so much in style but in content I look forward to seeing from Jayinee Basu

  9. says:

    Incredible exploration of affect and renewal

  10. says:

    This is a very nebulous book one that I appreciate than I can say I enjoyed While not as psychedelic as William S Burroug

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