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.

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Everything must go.