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JohnKlue

The stories by John Klue

I read the book 1984 last winter.
I do not recall exactly when I decided to write something similar but i felt it had to be done.
I am the kind of person who spends too much time on youtube, watching other peoples live.
Sometime in spring it really hit me how horrible the internet can make people.
how little people can care online, how that mindset of online apathy can come into the real world.
So I started on an Orwellian Kafkaesque dystopia novel that placed focus on many corrupt individual appose to a single corrupt government.

THE NETWORK is meant to emulate the all to real
Tyranny without a Tyrant.

Maxx is meant to be a character anybody can relate to.
Kama is meant to represent bitter management disregarding the entertainers.
Steven in the middle of all of it, our clown our puppet our entertainer.

Though I originally worked on this concept for myself my english teacher one week asked us to write short stories, needless to say i was prepared.

when I turned it in and he read it he recommended I submit it to a website, and here i am.

It is nice to finally have somewhere to put all my writing.
and check out other peoples writing.


Interests

Classic literature History


"The trouble with Borrowing another mind was, you always felt out of place when you got back to your own body, and Granny was the first person ever to read the mind of a building. Now she was feeling big and gritty and full of passages. 'Are you all right?' Granny nodded, and opened her windows. She extended her east and west wings and tried to concentrate on the tiny cup held in her pillars."
— Terry Pratchett, Discworld: Equal Rites