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The Slave Factory Paperback – January 24, 2012
About the Author
After graduating magna cum laude from Lawrence University (Appleton, Wisconsin), Dr. Julian Darius obtained his M.A. in English, authoring a thesis on John Milton and utopianism. In 2002, he moved to Waikiki, teaching college while obtaining an M.A. in French (high honors) and a Ph.D. in English. His controversial dissertation, the novel NIRA/SUSSA, is also available from Martian Lit. In 1996, while still an undergraduate, he founded what would become Sequart Research & Literacy Organization (Sequart.org), an organization devoted to promoting comic books as a legitimate art form. He writes for Sequart’s website, has authored books on Batman Begins and classic DC Comics stories, and has produced documentary films for the organization. He currently lives in Illinois.
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The author lets us know that not everything in life has a solution.
He also leaves us with a little hope.
It is like Pandora and her box.
The story is told in different voices which may be hard for some to follow, however I think it adds to the story, telling events from different perspectives . Three people can experience the same event and have three completely different views.
My one complaint about the novel is I wish it were a bit longer. I'm sure the author had his reasons for making it a short novel, but I would have liked to see more. Overall a well written and different approach.
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