Exploded View

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Product Details
Price
$15.99  $14.87
Publisher
Talos
Publish Date
Pages
384
Dimensions
5.4 X 1.1 X 8.2 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781940456645
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About the Author
Sam McPheeters was born in 1969 and raised in Albany, New York. Starting in 1989, he led several punk bands, including NY's Born Against. In the following fifteen years, he sold nearly one hundred thousand records and toured seventeen times across the United States, Europe, and Japan. Since 2009, he has written for the Believer, Chicago Reader, Criterion, the Stranger, Vice, and the Village Voice.
Reviews
"A police procedural that says as much about the present day as it does about the culture of the near-future. With an ending that will leave you reeling, Exploded View forces you to question everything you think you know about reality."
--Richard Cox, author of The Boys of Summer

"The book's powerful themes--the relationship of police to policed, trust in governmental authority, trust in the media, immigrant tensions, and generational change--are sharply executed . . . [Exploded View] might just leave you hesitating before taking the next reblogged video at face value."
--Kirkus

"A futuristic police procedural that echoes themes by Philip K. Dick and Charles Stross. The suspense here builds to a satisfying conclusion resonating with authentic emotion and a profound question about life."
--Booklist

"Darker, grittier, and definitely funnier than most cyberpunk fare, Exploded View is a twisted, witty, occasionally insane novel about the horrors of a world not that far removed from our own."
--Barnes and Noble Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog

"The writing is raw and the dialogue is real; Exploded View is not a story of what could be, but what may well be, and in the not-too-distant future, at that."
--Steven John, author of Outrider and Three A.M.