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Author: M.T Anderson
Genre: Dystopian Young Adult
Year Published: 2002
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Length: 299 pages

In a world taken over by capitalism and marketing, everyone is constantly bombarded by advertising by the feed, a chip implanted in their brains. 255 more words

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Feed by Matthew Tobin Anderson (@MTAnderson)

This is my first books that was assigned in my literary class. I wasn’t sure what to make of it, and I must admit it was not a hit in the class. 176 more words

The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing

*Disclaimer: We can thank my Young Adult Lit professor for the format of this review.  I actually wrote this for an assignment, but I really  like the format of it so here it goes!* 506 more words

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Three Books I'm Thankful For

FAHRENHEIT 451, for being a cornerstone of my life. For the constant reminder that language is magic. For the message that misery comes in many forms, that darkness can be created by fire, that sometimes the only to move forward is to destroy almost everything that was behind you. 79 more words



To Mrs. Saville, England – You will rejoice to hear that no disaster has accompanied the commencement of an enterprise which you regarded with such evil forebodings. 1,000 more words

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Anderson, M.T. Feed. Candlewick, 2002. ISBN: 0763662623

Written by: M.T. Anderson
Reviewed by: Jenni Rudolph
Recommended Audience: High school

Feed, a science fiction novel by M.T. 319 more words

Is this the best YA sci-fi novel ever? Quite possibly.

We went to the moon to have fun, but the moon turned out to completely suck.

Feed by MT Anderson was first published over ten years ago,won a slew of awards and was an NBA Young People’s Literature Finalist (criminal that it didn’t win a Printz in my opinion).

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