Feed

By: M.T. Anderson

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There is Trouble on the Moon...

As the government controls you with the feed, Violet and Titus meet at the Moon for spring break. They soon fall for each other, until Violet finds out that her feed is hacked, thinking it's the government that's messing around with her feed. She rebels against society, and she knows she is going to die. Titus becomes distant, but soon understand that without her, he can't move on. He visits Violet every day, but then gets annoyed that she keeps talking about death. Noticing that Violet is soon to shut down, he says that she made a huge impact in his life, and would love for her to stay a while longer.

Hacked, Get Ready to Rebel

Violet's feed gets hacked, and she tries to find out who has done it. She rebels against the governments with Titus. Even though the feed works very badly, she doesn't give up.

Questions, please!

- Why did you want to write this book?

- Why does Violet have to be the person to rebel against society?

- Why did you choose that the feed controls the brain?

- Why did you choose these characters?

- Are you going to write a sequel to this book?

Should You or No?

If you like futuristic books about friendships and problems about families and the government, this books is for you. This is a fast pace book that will keep on edge, and you will enjoy it a lot.

This is important, please read!

“I don't know when they first had feeds. Like maybe, fifty or a hundred years ago. Before that, they had to use their hands and their eyes. Computers were all outside the body. They carried them around outside of them, in their hands, like if you carried your lungs in a briefcase and opened it to breathe.”
-M.T Anderson, Feed


This is a really important quote that we need to think about. As our generations change, we should know that soon we are just going to use computers and other electronics to do our homework, and our other work. We already have phones, tablets, computers, laptops, and soon we're going to be like the people in the book Feed. We're going to be robots, not normal people.