The Broken World ePub download
by Tim Etchells
- ISBN: 0434018333
- ISBN13: 978-0434018338
- ePub: 1260 kb | FB2: 1405 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Contemporary
- Publisher: William Heinemann (August 5, 2008)
- Pages: 336
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 212
- Format: mobi lit azw docx
I'd appreciate it. The Broken World by Tim Etchells. Summarised, this might sound unappealingly emo, but there's a real loser likability to it all, says Patrick Ness.
Tim Etchells (born 1962) is a British artist and writer based in Sheffield and London. Etchells is the artistic director of Forced Entertainment, an experimental performance company founded in 1984. He has published several works of fiction, written about contemporary performance and exhibited his visual art projects in various locations.
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The Broken World is a dazzling new novel that fuses games with fiction in an entirely original wa.
Tim Etchells is a writer and an artist whose work reaches across boundaries- from fiction through cutting edge theatre to video and visual art. He is best known as the writer and artistic director behind Sheffield's internationally renowned theatre ensemble Forced Entertainment. He has also published short stories in The Idler, Another Magazine and the Sceptre collection Brit Pulp! Etchells lives between Sheffield and New York. Библиографические данные.
Our nameless narrator is addicted to the Broken World, an immersive, outlandishly detailed computer experience that he keeps telling us is not just a game "but an entire world" in which Ray, the game's hero.
Our nameless narrator is addicted to the Broken World, an immersive, outlandishly detailed computer experience that he keeps telling us is not just a game "but an entire world" in which Ray, the game's hero, has to both fight and think to save the planet and his beloved Rachel from the bad guys. The game is impossibly huge, taking up an inordinate amount of playing time, which turns it into a not altogether subtle metaphor of the narrator's own steadily collapsing life
I picked up echoes of JG Ballard, Thomas Pynchon, William Vollmann, even Brett Easton Ellis, but in the end Tim Etchells sidesteps all comparisons with a sensibility that is quite unique.
When you first start The Broken World, you’ll see just normal logosand after that you will see a field of ordinary black and then thetitle music will softly start to sound softly. I picked up echoes of JG Ballard, Thomas Pynchon, William Vollmann, even Brett Easton Ellis, but in the end Tim Etchells sidesteps all comparisons with a sensibility that is quite unique. Contemporary fiction should watch out: it’s about to be ambushed. Quite scary in its originality, ingenuity and significance.
Tim Etchells novel The Broken World takes the form of a guide to a crazed computer game of the same name. In our unique A-Z extract his narrator takes us on a whirlwind tour of this Borgesian shoot-em-up adventure. July 2 2008, 4:39pm, The Times. Action: Hear me - there is plenty of action in The Broken World so do not be in a hurry to get in trouble. You will need (1) to get the Weapons and (2) to practise the Jump and Roll and the Stealth Attack. There is more than enough Action for anyone.