A wallpad ORANGE

A wallpad ORANGE

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T. J. P. CAMPBELL By tjpcampbell Completed

A wallpad ORANGE  is a dystopian sci-fi novel by T. J. P. CAMPBELL.  It is a completed 97,000 word novel in 59 chapters.
  
This novel follows the incredible journey of the indomitable Julie and Sally who, despite coming up against insurmountable odds, aim to give Humanity a chance of rising out of the ashes. 
  
The human condition exposed in all its contradictory wonder.
  
Written in British English with USA layout.
  
                wallpad IS WATCHING YOU!
  
                             FAKE is REAL
                      FAILURE is SUCCESS
                  STUPIDITY is  BRILLIANCE
  
Soon to be published in 2017. This novel will not require knowledge of any known novels. It is completely original. All characters, prose, poems and songs are original.
  
 In the late 21st century, English became the de facto language of choice, and by the end of the 22nd century it established itself as the de jure language. This had dire consequences for humanity, as the language became abused by the weight of numbers of poor writers who using gamification on the wallpad system, slowly but inexorably butchered the language and brainwashed their readers into believing in fantasies that such readers held dear. The wallpad ORANGE corporation grew into the richest and most powerful organisation the world had ever known. Until they became the government of almost the entire world. And when wallpad authors, through their greed and stupidity, fell into savage internecine warfare, the fate for the Earth's downfall was firmly determined. A fate that saw the utter and total destruction of humanity in World War Infinity.
  
By the way, the reason for George Orwell's 1984 and Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange references are explained in the novel. They are simply a consequence of wallpad ORANGE being an abuser of literature.

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An Introduction with a chapter teaser will follow:

  • 1984
  • apocalypse
  • asimov
  • best-selling
  • bradbury
  • burgess
  • clockwork-orange
  • dystopia
  • eternal-youth
  • famous
  • harry-potter
  • jk-rowling
  • nuclear-war
  • orwellian
  • radiation
  • sci-fi
  • technology
  • wallpad
  • wallpad-orange
Kubrick. I'm hearing sketches of Beethoven embedded in a paragraph or two. I'm looking forward to more. Cheers.
jomolu jomolu Nov 17, 2015
This is my second book to read from this author. No mashup this time, so it should be interesting to see the author in his own right entirely.
- - Nov 17, 2015
I'm in for this book too. I'll vote if it's good, but I'm going to be too busy to comment much. I don't think this author needs our votes. He just needs to get a major publisher!
- - Nov 17, 2015
I'm in for this book too. I'll vote if it's good, but I'm going to be too busy to comment much. I don't think this author needs our votes. He just needs to get a major publisher!
jimcarlso jimcarlso Nov 13, 2015
Interesting scenario! never read anything like this before. Highly original. well written!
stevekalman stevekalman Nov 08, 2015
After reading this author's Pride and Prejudice and Superheroes I am looking forward to reading this. I get the premise of the predicted dystopia.