Neon Empire

Drew Minh (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$16.00  $14.72
Publisher
Rare Bird Books
Publish Date
September 17, 2019
Pages
220
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.7 X 8.5 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781947856769

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About the Author

Drew Minh is a former digital advertising executive in Los Angeles, with firsthand knowledge of our current social media revolution. He's lived in Barcelona and Paris, where he worked as a freelance writer, ghostwriter, and digital consultant. He's had fiction published in 3AM Magazine, Word Riot, Litro Magazine, and other publications. He also wrote a fictional crime column for weekly newspapers in Spain.

Reviews

Acclaim for Neon Empire

"Minh creates a nonstop social media frenzy amid a rich cyberpunk landscape."
--Publishers Weekly

"Sci-fi fans will want to read this story of #SocialMediaDystopianism before it becomes a reality."
--Kirkus Reviews

"A vibrant, densely-visual, often-uncanny vision of a world that is equal parts dystopian future and twisted present. Hugely engaging, strange, dangerous and quite unlike anything you've read before. Original, techno-paranoid sci-fi at its finest."--Neon Literary Magazine UK

"Drew Minh uses his background in digital advertising to craft an all-too-believable Brave New World for our social-media addicted age. Recommended for fans of Black Mirror."
--Andrew Shaffer, New York Times bestselling author

"Drew Minh has constructed a world that is scarily close to our present day--Uber has reached its natural apex and is now doling out sex-on-demand; we make our money from our social feeds and are constantly searching for the next monetizable thrill. I wouldn't want to live in Neon Empire, but it sure is a fun place to visit."
--Jessica Powell, author of The Big Disruption: A Totally Fictional but Essentially True Silicon Valley Story

"Daring and vivid, Neon Empire is a glimpse into what our social media obsessed world may morph into.
--James Siriano, author of The Cult of Mao