Sep 28, 2022
Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity
Posted by Stephen Beachy

Ý Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity º Stephen Beachy, Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity, Stephen Beachy, Zeke Yoder vs the Singularity A mind bending dystopian science fiction that merges the metaphysical speculation of Philip K Dick with the good clean fun of Amish bromance When Zeke Yoder s grandmother is bitten by a Genetically Modified Rat the Amish teen is propelled into a chaotic future From his Iowa farm Zeke travels down hallucinatory highways and through elaborate rat tunnels to save his Ý Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity º Stephen Beachy - Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity, Zeke Yoder vs the Singularity A mind bending dystopian science fiction that merges the metaphysical speculation of Philip K Dick with the good clean fun of Amish bromance When Zeke Yoder s grandmother is bitten by a Genetically Mo

  • Title: Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity
  • Author: Stephen Beachy
  • ISBN: 9781539824398
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
Ý Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity º Stephen Beachy, Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity, Stephen Beachy, Zeke Yoder vs the Singularity A mind bending dystopian science fiction that merges the metaphysical speculation of Philip K Dick with the good clean fun of Amish bromance When Zeke Yoder s grandmother is bitten by a Genetically Modified Rat the Amish teen is propelled into a chaotic future From his Iowa farm Zeke travels down hallucinatory highways and through elaborate rat tunnels to save his

Ý Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity º Stephen Beachy - Zeke Yoder vs. the Singularity, Zeke Yoder vs the Singularity A mind bending dystopian science fiction that merges the metaphysical speculation of Philip K Dick with the good clean fun of Amish bromance When Zeke Yoder s grandmother is bitten by a Genetically Mo

Bill Hsu

A riot of inventive ideas and nuanced oppositions The YA conventions can get in the way somewhat, but I suppose they come with the territory.


Alvin

Wildly imaginative, slyly witty, poignant, and a zippy read Reminded me a little of the brilliant animated TV series, Futurama, a little of PKD, and a little of the unselfconsciously adventure packed sci fi novels from the mid 20th century.


Debby Bloch

Like the best of speculative fiction, Stephen Beachy s new novel, Zeke Yoder vs the Singularity, is both completely strange and achingly familiar Join Zeke, an Amish lad, as he embarks on the hero s journey with his 97 year old Grandma Mast Forced by danger to flee his home in Iowa for the wilds of Oregon or California, by way of the Garden of the Gods in Colorado, Zeke leaves his girlfriend Leahbelle and all he knows as he sets out in a bot car, evading the drones that monitor the Grid works, g [...]


Alika Yarnell

Very cool experiment in the Amish sci fi genre I believe this author is known for his avant garde literary fiction, so it s always interesting seeing writers step outside the genre they are used to I especially liked the ending, specifically chapter 17 Beautiful and funny and hopeful, which was something I wasn t quite expecting The whole book reminded me a little of Margaret Atwood s Oryx and Crake, Nancy Farmer s House of the Scorpion, various stuff by Phillip K Dick, Terry Gilliam s films, a [...]



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