Blood Electric: The New Japanese Cyberpunk Classic

Blood Electric The New Japanese Cyberpunk Classic A fatal collusion of drag embryos and DNA angels in Cadaver City ignites the circuitry of the ADAM Doll dogs of zero waging gene war in Placenta World chaos unleashed by the digital vampires of Sato

  • Title: Blood Electric: The New Japanese Cyberpunk Classic
  • Author: Kenji Siratori
  • ISBN: 9781840680607
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • A fatal collusion of drag embryos and DNA angels in Cadaver City ignites the circuitry of the ADAM Doll dogs of zero waging gene war in Placenta World, chaos unleashed by the digital vampires of Sato Corporation, nano junk virus pandemic Blood Electric is a devastating loop of language from the Tokyo avant garde, with stylistic experimentation akin to Artaud or BurrouA fatal collusion of drag embryos and DNA angels in Cadaver City ignites the circuitry of the ADAM Doll dogs of zero waging gene war in Placenta World, chaos unleashed by the digital vampires of Sato Corporation, nano junk virus pandemic Blood Electric is a devastating loop of language from the Tokyo avant garde, with stylistic experimentation akin to Artaud or Burroughs, but embracing the image mayhem of the internet multimedia digital age Kenji Siratori comes from within the history of radical literature, but his youth, cultural context, and understanding of the futurity of digital technologies positions him as the herald of a new literary dawn.

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    1. This book is AWFUL! I do NOT recommend it. [:] This book is unequivocally unintelligible. I am not trying to say the writer's ability to convey a story is terrible, what I am trying to say, it is not in any comprehensible form that is able to keep the reader's attention. This book is written (purposely) in irregular English that has been 1) translated from the original Japanese by a computer (as a Japanese to English translator, I know when a document has been translated by a machine, and this b [...]

    2. Эта книжка из той оперы, что советовать кому бы то ни было ее нельзя, но опыт всё равно уникальный.С содержанием все очень сложно, не все гидромашины поймут и оценят. Как по мне, так всё происходящее — отражение внутреннего мира биомашины, процессы синапсов, так сказать. Пото [...]

    3. This one's a weird one. I'm undecided on whether this is just randomly generated nonsense, or if the author actually sat down and wrote this all down because it somehow made sense to him. I might actually be leaning towards the former, but nevertheless, I cannot help but like this book in a way. With more effort put into it, it could have actually made sense, and I like the style of it. While the "punctuation" seems to bother some people, I feel it fits. And some sequences of words just end up s [...]

    4. the text is torrent-of-consciousness vs thrown-down load of [hard]core code. the scattershot plot is coming-of-a[n]ge[l] by nasc[enti]ent AI. this book begs for bibliomancy like "exoskeleta that decrease when ecstasy is archived". i do believe this Kenji lives in InfraRed satori.

    5. Kenji has an incredibly complex writing style that is linguistically bizare. Mind you, he is part of a new wave writing school, Mondo Bizaro is memory serves.Story is hidden in this book.

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