Channel Blue Kindle Edition
|Length: 374 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Jay Martel has created an intricately woven tale of science fiction, comedy, and a sort of "Hollywood Insider" type of story. The novel involves a down on his luck screenwriter Perry Bunt who has sunk to the lowest level conceivable. That of being a teacher of the craft he once made his living in; screenwriting. He still holds fast to many of his ideals and when he decides to stop fighting against the ocean of crappy writing he is drowning in, he comes across the main thrust of this book. That we, all the inhabitants of earth, are all merely players on a once hugely successful network within the Galaxy Entertainment lineup. Perry then finds out that we are being cancelled.
The author of this novel has worked in the entertainment industry for many years and is a successful comedy writer. He brings his expertise to this deftly woven tale of blended genres, realism, comedy, science fiction, and satire. The novel read like that of an episodic show at times, with each chapter feeling like its own mini episode. The novel came together to create what amounts to a complete series of television. The writing was exceptional, and you could tell once you started reading this book, that you were in for a great ride, and one would hope that this is the first of many novels by this talented writer.
This book will make you think--about today as well as about the science-fiction future--but also keeps you turning pages as the clever story unwinds.
If you have never read or seen anything like “Channel Blue” before, you might enjoy the work. It is technically well written (though there are a few minor grammatical errors). The book is highly rated and has a fan audience that feels strongly that the novel was for them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
[Channel Blue] by [Jay Martel] will make you question everything you know. In light of world events that are happening right now maybe we need to show a nicer side of humanity. Read morePublished 3 days ago by christine hooker
Funny, hysterical, completely entertaining. Do you like Hitchhiker 's Guide to the Galaxy or Lamb? Read This Book. I can't wait to read more by Jay Mattel.Published 26 days ago by Kfarver
Good story, original and clever premise, interesting, sympathetic characters, and well written. Can't ask much more than that from a book.Published 5 months ago by Linny02
I am no critic, but I know what I like. I thought it was well written, amused me frequently and made me laugh out loud several times. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gatorgus
. not a big fan...kept waiting for a plot twist... and I got bored of repetition in the storyline. Didn't finish the last 3 chapters. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cindy AkronOhioMoms
I have read hundreds of books over my life. It took me a long time to read this book because I spent so much time laughing. As others have said, it reminds me of Douglas Adams. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Colleran
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