A POST-APOCALYPTIC, CLOCKPUNK, DYSTOPIAN MYSTERY SCI-FI HOT FEVER DREAM TYPE-THING
Debut author, Nathan Jones introduces us to his mind-bending story, “Travelling without Moving”:
In a clockwork future, a skeptical young man challenges the very concept of reality.
Spurred on by visions of "reality", Napalm Carton creates a multiplayer game called Tickets, with the intention of opening a door to the next level of existence.
Earth is in ruins, uninhabitable, and the remaining population lives in bio-domes. Napalm, born into the Kaputt bio-dome, believes life in the clockwork habitat is a lie. Post-apocalyptic existence makes no sense to him, and all he wants to do is escape. Travelling Without Moving puts the punk ethos back into the punk genre; non-conformity and a do-it-yourself ethic.
A spellbinding punk adventure through a colourful world of exhaustive inventiveness.
Fear and Loathing in Wonderland. The Discworld meets Dr Who meets Naked Lunch
Travelling Without Moving is quite an experience! The characters are so artfully brought to life in this drug-fueled story. The clockwork setting is consistent throughout the story and seems very natural after several chapters. Life for different nations/people groups is very different under a huge dome.
Some of the dialogue is quite funny and kept the story moving along at a good pace.
Napalm is determined to escape the dome to find the truth. He keeps finding clues that lead him to think their life in the dome is a lie and he wants the truth.
I enjoyed this story a lot and give 4.6 stars to Travelling Without Moving!
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