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Literature: Feed
Everything Must Go...

Feed is a very cynical 2002 cyberpunk, young adult novel by M.T. Anderson, exploring the life of Anti-Hero protagonist Titus, in a dystopian future where technology has advanced so far that "Feeds" or miniature-computers are implanted into about 73% the population's brains.

The main plot of the story is Titus' relationship with a girl named Violet. After a party, Titus, Violet, and the rest of their friends are damaged by a hacker. They are eventually released after a brief visit at the hospital.

Then it all goes to Hell.

Not to be confused with the first volume of the Newsflesh trilogy. Or the 2005 Australian horror film.

Contains examples of:

Everything must go.
Federation of the HubScience Fiction LiteratureThe Fifth Wave
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FearlessYoung Adult LiteratureFeeling for Bones

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