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Book Title: Homo Ex Machina|
The author of the book: Clea Saal
Edition: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Date of issue: February 14th 2015
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An old man, a young woman, an underclass defined by its access to information —or lack thereof— and a deeply buried secret that can make all their dreams come true... maybe. In a dark world that is short on both hope and miracles, an understated drama plays out. There are no breathtaking action scenes here, no superhuman heroes waiting on the wings, ready to save the day, just a cold, calculated analysis of the consequences in a world we can easily see evolving from our own. Homo Ex Machina is an unusual tale. Its tightly woven narrative takes place in a universe that feels disturbingly real. In fact at times it seems almost as if the author had found herself trapped in the world she had just created, but rather than tweak things to allow for a desired outcome, she chose to ride it out, and allowed her original scenario to play out with the same devastating logic that characterizes her characters’ responses to their own circumstances. The end result is an intelligent but deeply unsettling story that stares unflinchingly into the abyss, an abyss we may already be in the process of plunging into...
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No more… please… stop… I confess. My name is Clea Saal and I was born on this planet, though I am not certain whether or not that would have been my first choice if anyone had bothered to ask for my opinion on the subject. I was born at an early age somewhere in the Southern Hemisphere, although I was dragged to the other side of the Equator by my parents when I was only a few years old and I have been playing equatorial ping-pong ever since.
I began writing when I was six and, to some people’s annoyance, I haven’t stopped yet. I endured twelve years of basic education –make that thirteen, I did flunk once– and then by reason of tradition, masochism or insanity, I went on to devote several more years of my life toward obtaining a degree in English Literature. The day I finally graduated most professors in my department literally cried for joy.
Ever since I can remember I have been surrounded by books. I saw them, smelled them, chewed them, tore them to pieces, scribbled on them, heard my mother reading them to me, and, as I got a little older, I read them myself… not to mention that I also had quite a few books thrown at me. So, under the circumstances, becoming a writer seemed to be a logical next step.
Okay, I’m done talking about myself… now I’ll shut up and do the writing do the talking.
PS-And yes, in case you were wondering, my author's photo is a little out of date
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