visión de conjunto:Críticas Sheldon's gloriously colourful writing makes leaping from our world to Individutopia's wholly believable... (It's) like the book is speaking to you and you alone... The roller coaster ride it creates is stomach churning. Suffice to say Sheldon has once again created a fictional masterpiece grounded in an unnerving reality. Engaging thought-provoking and morally arousing Individutopia serves as a stark warning about where we'll end up if we don't change... One of the most important books of 2018THE CANARY Time will tell if Sheldon's prophesies come to pass. The novel will do well to predict the future as well as novels such as 1984. But one thing is for certain even now. This rebellious author has spun an exciting tale filled with twists and turns that will make you want to finish this book in a single sitting. The plot is as well-formed short and snappy as any of the great works which have come before it. It really is a modern classic in the making.THE DALLAS SUN Dystopian novels whilst set in the future are designed to reflect the present... That's why Joss Sheldon's new novel Individutopia is so relevant. Unlike the great works that came before it it doesn't contain a big state or dictator. It's set in a neoliberal dystopia; a world in which there is no such thing as society no-one talks or looks at anyone else and everyone competes to be the best. Everyone has become their own dictator...Individutopia is one of those books you'll want to read again and again. You'll take something new from it each time you do scratch your head and say Oh... Yeah... Oh yeah!MEDIUM The author has built an incredibly rich and well-developed dystopian world... It's very hard to write a sympathetic character in a world where no sympathy exists but Renee's evolution and eventual exit from Individutopia are believable and her slow discovery of her humanity is riveting.THE BOOKLIFE PRIZE PUBLISHERS WEEKLY What follows is an exhilarating ride as the story ratchets through the gears. Just when it seems one thing will happen something unexpected changes the course of the narrative. There are more twists and turns than in a piece of fusilli but it all comes together and makes sense right up until the very last tear-jerking line of the book...A must-read for fans of the genre.THE BAY NET Joss Sheldon's outstanding dystopian novel Individutopia makes the reader think twice about the 21st century cult to individualism and shows what it would be to live in I-person world... The main hero - Renee Ann Blanca reveals the author's skill at masterful characterization. Renee and the transformation she goes through in the novel are a source of hope that mankind will not be lost forever in a vortex of insignificant tasks.WE ART FRIENDS It's fiction. But it's believable and it feels like a glimpse into the future... (Renee's) hopes dreams and fears were easily identifiable... An epiphany in a book!THE AVENGER Reseña del editor THE #1 BEST-SELLING AUTHOR HAS RETURNED WITH AN ORWELLIAN CLASSIC... Get your copy of Joss Sheldon's radical novel today. Beloved friend The year is 2084 and that famous Margaret Thatcher quote has become a reality: There really is no such thing as society. No one speaks to anyone else. No one looks at anyone else. People don’t collaborate they only compete. I hate to admit it but this has had tragic consequences. Unable to satisfy their social urges the population has fallen into a pit of depression and anxiety. Suicide has become the norm. It all sounds rather morbid does it not? But please don’t despair there is hope and it comes in the form of our hero: Renee Ann Blanca. Wishing to fill the society-shaped hole in her life our Renee does the unthinkable: She goes in search of human company! It’s a radical act and an enormous challenge. But that I suppose is why her tale’s worth recounting. It’s as gripping as it is touching and I think you’re going to love it… Your trusty narrator PP Perfect for fans of “1984” and “A Brave New World”. Not so great for neoliberals… Praise for Individutopia: Gloriously colourful – The Canary An exciting tale – The Dallas Sun Outstanding – We Art Friends Riveting – Publishers Weekly An epiphany – The Avenger A must-read – The Bay Net So relevant – Medium
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