#TGIF! #Friday56: {THE FEED} w/ #author #NickClarkWindo ❤ #Instagram56 & # bookbeginnings with @GilionDumas @fredalicious #FollowFriday #FridayFeeling #Friyay!

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This week’s choice is…

The Feed

By #author Nick Clark Windo

Book Beginnings:

With Gilion Dumas of RoseCityReader @GilionDumas

 

Friday 56: (Instagram Post)

With Fredasvoice @fredalicious and on Instagram as @fredasphotos #Friday56

Hopefully, above, you can actually see my Instagram pictures!

Just in case you can’t see beyond the first photo, here’s the Friday 56 sentence below:

My First Thoughts:

I took this picture for Friday56/BB when I started reading it back in Dec, but never used it as Christmas took over my blog and my life lol  I often read more than one book at a time, and somehow this one just missed out and I never got very far through. No doubt there was something more pressing to finish at the time! So I’m back into reading this now and thoroughly enjoying it, so far.

The Feed by Nick Clark Windo

THE FEED by Nick Clark Windo is a startling and timely debut which presents a world as unique and vividly imagined as STATION ELEVEN and THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS and explores what it is to be human in the digital age.

It makes us. It destroys us. 

The Feed is everywhere. It can be accessed by anyone, at any time. Every interaction, every emotion, every image can be shared through it.

Tom and Kate use The Feed, but they have resisted addiction to it. And this will serve them well when The Feed collapses.

Until their six-year-old daughter, Bea, goes missing.

Because how do you find someone in a world devoid of technology? And what happens when you can no longer trust that your loved ones are really who they claim to be?

Paperback, 368 pages
Published January 25th 2018 by Headline

Have you read this? What are you currently reading?

I can’t wait to visit your blogs to find out.

Have a great weekend, may your books be with you!

Luv Sassy  X

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31 thoughts on “#TGIF! #Friday56: {THE FEED} w/ #author #NickClarkWindo ❤ #Instagram56 & # bookbeginnings with @GilionDumas @fredalicious #FollowFriday #FridayFeeling #Friyay!

  1. Cheryl Malandrinos – Western Mass – Cheryl C. Malandrinos is a freelance writer, children's author, and editor. She is the author of Little Shepherd (Guardian Angel Publishing, 2010) and A Christmas Kindness (4RV Publishing, 2012). She is a member of the Write Angles Conference Planning Committee, a book reviewer, and blogger. She has also ghostwritten a Christian children's novel. Cheryl lives in Massachusetts with her husband and two daughters. She also has a son who is married.
    Cheryl Malandrinos says:

    This is not what I would consider my usual read, but I am totally captivated by it. I think that’s because it speaks to our reality these days of that desire by some to be totally connected all the time and the challenges social media has given us as a society. Thanks for sharing.

    I am at Instagram @ccmalandrinosrealtor and Pinterest @ https://www.pinterest.com/busymomsdaily or https://www.pinterest.com/ccmalandrinosre

    Thanks for visiting The Book Connection. Enjoy your weekend.

    1. Thanks Cheryl,

      Yes, totally agree, the Internet has made a lot of changes to our society. I will add you on Instagram and Pinterest! Thanks. 😉

  2. Allison M – I love to read all kinds of fiction and some non-fiction. I have been a fan of Mary Stewart since my teens. She is the only writer I have written to (and received replies from!), and I have collected first editions, in varying stages of decrepitude, of all her books. I live in Scotland in the U.K.
    Allison M says:

    This sounds like an interesting read

  3. Laurel-Rain Snow – Retired social worker * Mother * Grandmother * Writer *Obsessive blogger * Book Reviewer * Loves movies & collecting things * *To find out more about my books and blogs, check my website, Laurel-Rain Snow's Creations...
    Laurel-Rain Snow says:

    This book sounds intense and impossible to put down. Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.

    1. Sounds like an interesting article, Roberta. Thanks!

  4. Allison M – I love to read all kinds of fiction and some non-fiction. I have been a fan of Mary Stewart since my teens. She is the only writer I have written to (and received replies from!), and I have collected first editions, in varying stages of decrepitude, of all her books. I live in Scotland in the U.K.
    Allison M says:

    Hi, This sounds really interesting, and it sounds as though some big questions are being tackled in the novels’ themes. Now following your blog, and thanks for visiting and following mine
    Allison @ The 3 Rs (and @ Mary Queen of Plots)

    1. Thanks for the follow, Allison! Glad you like the sound of this. 😉

    1. Hope you get to read it, Ashley! Have a lovely weekend yourself, too. 🙂

  5. Hi Sass,

    This probably isn’t a book I would choose to read. However, given what the premise says about a society for the protagonists, which is devoid of technology by their own choosing, the tag line attached to the book rings even more true …

    “It makes us. It destroys us.”

    Can we ever really afford to shun digital and technological progress, or do we do so at our own peril?

    A thought provoking prospect and I hope that the book hooks you in a bit more this time around 🙂

    Yvonne

    1. It is a very thought provoking book, and so topical, even though it’s set in the future I can almost see the world going this way if we’re not careful.

    1. Thank you!, Anne! I will do! I love book recommendations like these 😉

  6. That 56 is pretty dark. I’m not sure what’s going on but I’m intrigued.

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