The Red Men

The Red Men Nelson Used To Be A Radical Journalist, But Now He Works For Monad, One Of The World S Leading Corporations Monad Make The Dr Easys, The Androids Which Patrol London S Streets Assisting Police, Easing Tensions, Calming The Populace But Monad Also Makes The Red Men Tireless, Intelligent, Creative And Entirely Virtual Corporate Workers And It S Looking To Expand The Programme So Nelson Is Put In Charge Of Redtown A Virtual City, Inhabited By Copies Of Real People Going About Their Daily Business, In Which New Policies, Diseases And Disasters Can Be Studied In Perfect Simulation Nelson Finds Himself At The Helm Of A Grand Project Whose Goals Appear Increasingly Authoritarian And Potentially Catastrophic As The Boundaries Between Redtown And The Real World Become Ever Brittle, And Revolutionary Factions Begin To Align Themselves Against The Red Men, Nelson Finds Himself Forced To Choose Sides Monad Or His Family, The Corporation Or The Community,

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  • Paperback
  • 380 pages
  • The Red Men
  • Matthew De Abaitua
  • English
  • 05 December 2019
  • 9781905005581

10 thoughts on “The Red Men

  1. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

  2. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

  3. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

  4. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

  5. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

  6. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

  7. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

  8. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

  9. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

  10. says:

    A superior gnostic sci fi horror which weaves the anomie of modern corporate man and a satire on the world of business gurudom with chaos magick and a dark seam of esoteric horror There are shades of J G Ballard here and, if you can get past the knowing comic writing that is now de rigueur in any post modern science fiction that deals with inner rather than outer space, there is something important being said about the way our minds and perceptions are being changed by the new technologies Like many other writers in this genre of sci fi horror, he delights in telling a story that unfolds in real streets you can walk down today and so it owes something to that psychogeographic genre created by Sinclair and Ackroyd Recommended and worth stopping occasionally as you read it to think about where our culture is heading

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