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Forget Yourself It Is Important That You Know I Love You.Of Course I Have No Idea Who You Are.But I Have No Real Idea Who I Am Either, So It Seems Fair To Me Blondee Lives In A World Without Memories Just Four Walls, Fifty Huts And A Hundred Forgotten People She Came In With The Food Rations Mind And Body Naked, Like Everyone Now She Lives In A Triangular Hut At The Edge Of Everything They Say She Was A Thief She Has Long Fingers And She Certainly Has A Reputation For Taking Multiple Lovers But Haunted By The Ghost Of A Fat Man And Dreaming Of A Stone Woman, Blondee Knows She Can Reshape The World She Just Needs To Get The World To Listen REVIEWS I Was Immediately Drawn In To The Story It Unwrote Bits Of My Brain, Letting Me Put Myself Into The Gaps It Left In Summary Read It Cassian Lotte Lodge, Poly In Pictures One Of Those Books Whose Concepts Stood Out Head And Shoulders Above The Crowd Michael Coorlim, Book Nouveau I Couldn T Put This Down Grabs You From The First Page Matt Mason, Sweat, Tears, And Digital Ink Barrett Beautifully Describes Society A Turn At Every Corner Amy Shiner, Modern Poly A Fascinating Look Into A Dystopian Future Greatly Recommend It Rebekka K Steg, Writer Barrett Does An Amazing Job In Transporting The Reader Directly To This Wasteland And Engages All Senses Amanda Amaya, The Eclectic Bookworm Exciting, Fascinating, Extremely Chilling And Startling GA Bixler Reviews An Unnerving And Enigmatic Look Into A Dystopian World Melissa Nacinovich, Writer

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[[ Epub ]] ➟ Forget Yourself  Author Redfern Jon Barrett – 9tvuk.us
  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Forget Yourself
  • Redfern Jon Barrett
  • English
  • 03 January 2018
  • 1484929136

10 thoughts on “Forget Yourself

  1. says:

    This review won t be anywhere near as complex as the book, I promise.The thing about Barrett s style is that he takes what makes a short story brilliant and keeps on writing like that for 145 pages in my review copy, anyway Pieces build on pieces the narrative builds the questions pile up What if you had to build the world from scratch How would that look Blondee s world is a world of criminals Divided into least, minors, moderates, and severes, nobody comes to this particular dysto This review won t be anywhere near as complex as the book, I promise.The thing about Barrett s style is that he takes what makes a short story brilliant and keeps on writing like that for 145 pages in my review copy, anyway Pieces build on pieces the narrative builds the questions pile up What if you had to build the world from scratch How would that look Blondee s world is a world of criminals Divided into least, minors, moderates, and severes, nobody comes to this particular dystopia knowing anything Like many amnesiacs, they are generally aware of facts about the world, but when it comes to who they are Nothing Not even names Blondee is so called because of her hair a character called Tie was found with a tie around his wrist Everyone lives by the rules of a book written by the criminals themselves, little bits and pieces of how society could be Ought to be And Blondee, ostensibly a thief, violates one of the most fundamental principles.A POV shift mid novel did throw me...

  2. says:

    Forget Yourself looks into an alternate reality both unnerving and spellbindingly enigmatic We awake with Blondee, known and named only for her hair colour, who has as much idea of her bleak, primitive surroundings as we do Her new community is a mixed bunch of people who live in ramshackle huts, gather the mysteriously replenishing supplies and live by a book full of scribbles of how to conduct yourself and your relationships do not cheat, have break up sex once, never speak again Redfern Forget Yourself looks into an alternate reality both unnerving and spellbindingly enigmatic We awake with Blondee, known and named only for her hair colour, who has as much idea of her bleak, primitive surroundings as we do Her new community is a mixed bunch of people who live in ramshackle huts, gather the mysteriously replenishing supplies and live by a book full of scribbles of how to conduct yourself and your relationships do not cheat, have break up sex once, never speak again Redfern Barrett populates his sparse setting with characters who have become used to their surroundings but whose names offer scattered hints that something must have come bef...

  3. says:

    The novel seems a bit confusing while reading it, but in the end, you are able to get a complete picture It is fast paced, doesn t follow a linear narration, which adequately mirrors the idea of lost memory and flashbacks, leading to a full realisation.As a reader, you are invited to lose yourself in Blondee s attempt to grasp her surroundings and re discover herself.The novel also challenges certain structures considered to be natural by the society, e.g monogamous relationships, and jus The novel seems a bit confusing while reading it, but in the end, you are able to get a complete picture It is fast paced, doesn t follow a linear narration, which adequately mirrors the idea of lost memory and flashbacks, leading to a full realisation.As a reader, you are invited to lose yourself in Blondee s attempt to grasp her surroundings and re discover herself.The novel also challenges certai...

  4. says:

    It won t be for all tastes, but Barrett s first book is a mind bending work of nightmare sci fi that demands close, rather than casual reading The layers inside, confronting notions of monogamy, capitalism, class warfare, and discontent with middle class life make the effort well worthwhile.

  5. says:

    Forget Yourself Redfern BarrettA mask hides your face so that no one knows who you are and what you look like But, what about hiding your past and plotting it out so that you have absolutely no memories of your life, who you are, your name or where you came from Take a magic slate and create a picture or a simple design With a flick of a wrist or just pulling the top of the slate the entire picture disappears as if it were never there What would you do if your past was erased and you lived Forget Yourself Redfern BarrettA mask hides your face so that no one knows who you are and what you look like But, what about hiding your past and plotting it out so that you have absolutely no memories of your life, who you are, your name or where you came from Take a magic slate and create a picture or a simple design With a flick of a wrist or just pulling the top of the slate the entire picture disappears as if it were never there What would you do if your past was erased and you lived without an identity in a world that is defined by the four walls within your confined living space or within a community that has been created within its own caste system What would you do if you wound up somewhere with other adults, devoid of their ide...

  6. says:

    Originally published at Risingshadow.Redfern Jon Barrett s debut science fiction novel Forget Yourself was originally published as an independent novel in 2012 It s great that Lethe Press has re released it, because it s a thought provoking and well created novel It s quite an extraordinary reading experience due to the author s multi layered vision about love, hate, hope, change, society, renewal and finding a purpose for your life.Because I recently read Redfern Jon Barrett s The ...

  7. says:

    It is important that you know I love you.Of course I have no idea who you are.But I have no real idea who I am either, so it seems fair to me Forget Yourself by Redfern Jon Barrett is is a fascinating look into a dystopian future where people show up in a tiny world, naked and with no memories How people shape and create societies, our often futile attempts to fit in, and the difficulties of not being mainstream, polygamy, wife classes, queerness and gender identity are just a few of the iss It is important that you know I love you.Of course I have no idea who you are.But I have no real idea who I am either, so it seems fair to me Forget Yourself by Redfern Jon Barrett is is a fascinating look into a dystopian future where people show up in a tiny world, naked and with no memories How people shape and create societies, our often futile attempts to fit in, and the difficulties of not being mainstream, polygamy, wife classes, queerness and gender identity are just a few of the issues covered.Although I felt the ending was a little disjointed, I really enjoyed the novel itself and devoured it in just a couple of days greatly recommend it ...

  8. says:

    Blondee is in a prison, of sorts She occupies on of fifty huts inside a walled compound She has no memory of how she got there or where she came from but she does have flashbacks to a previous life and of people she might have been acquainted with The people inside the compound tell her she is a thief, she must have been as she has long fingers She s also highly sexed and is accused of being a cheat something she doesn t seem to comprehend.She lives in this compound with some bizarre and Blondee is in a prison, of sorts She occupies on of fifty huts inside a walled compound She has no memory of how she got there or where she came from but she does have flashbacks to a previous life and of people she might have been acquainted with The people inside ...

  9. says:

    Forget Yourself is an unnerving and enigmatic look into a dystopian world Blondee, named for her hair color as all of the other inhabitants are named for characteristics or features, wakes not knowing who she is or where she is She has no memory of her past, not unlike the other inhabitants of this world For lack of another theory they all assume that they ve been dumped in this strange place as a punishment for some crime They are supplied with questionable goods and foods twice a month a Forget Yourself is an unnerving and enigmatic look into a dystopian world Blondee, named for her hair color as all of the other inhabitants are named for characteristics or features, wakes not knowing who she is or where she is She has no memory of her past, not unlike the other inhabitants of this world For lack of another theory they all assume that they ve been dumped in this strange place as a punishment for some ...

  10. says:

    I obtained a copy of Forget Yourself from the author This review contains mild spoilers.Forget Yourself is a dystopian speculative fiction novel by Redfern Jon Barrett, an author with a PhD in queer literature It s a very polished and well written story that hits on many of my favorite themes the nature of reality, questions of identity, unreliable narrators, and the subjective nature of thought and idea Forget Yourself is one of those books whose concepts stood out head and shoulders above I obtained a copy of Forget Yourself from the author This review contains mild spoilers.Forget Yourself is a dystopian speculative fiction novel by Redfern Jon Barrett, an author with a PhD in queer literature It s a very polished and well written story that hits on many of my favorite them...

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