6 edition of The Execution Channel found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR6063.A2515 E95 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||285 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||2007007312|
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It makes clear how brutal the world depicted in the novel is, but we get that, thank you/5(32). The Execution Channel is set in a unpleasant future of frequent torture, limited civil rights, environmental degradation, refugee crises, terrorist attacks and the use of nuclear The Execution Channel book.
The book starts off with a nuclear detonation at a Scottish air base/5. And on every cable system, the mysterious Execution Channel broadcasts deaths from around the world, around the clock. On the day the Big One hits, James Travis, a spy for the French, and his daughter must strive to make sense of the nuclear bombing of Scotland and the political repercussions of a series of terrorist by: 4.
It's after 9/ After the bombing. After the Iraq war. After 7/7. After the Iran war. After the nukes. After the flu. After the Straits. After Rosyth. In a. The Execution Channel by Ken MacLeod and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Execution Channel by Ken Macleod - AbeBooks Passion for books.
Ken MacLeod's The Execution Channel starts like a techno-thriller "ripped from tomorrow's headlines", a thrilling, fast-moving tale of suspense rife with paranoia and multiple conspiracy theories. However, it's deeper and more thoughtful than most thrillers. The Executioner is a monthly men's action-adventure series following the exploits of the character Mack Bolan and his wars against organized crime and international terrorism.
The series spans installments and has sold more than million copies since its debut installment, War Against the Mafia. The series was created and initially written by American author Don Pendleton, who penned 37 of the Author: Don Pendleton.
The Execution Channel by Ken MacLeod. Published by Orbit, March ISBN: pages plus interview extra. Review by Hobbit / Mark Yon. With this book, Ken, usually known for his broad space operas (Cosmonaut Keep, Newton ’s Wake), takes a left turn into Stross territory and produces a more-mainstream near-future thriller.
All the while, the titular Execution Channel is available 24 hours per day, showing everything from a captured GI being butchered in Waziristan to the stoning of a Nigerian adulteress.
MacLeod nimbly melds a tech- and culture-savvy appreciation of what the blogosphere might look like in a few short years with some old-fashioned spycraft. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Execution Channel - eBook at Ken MacLeod's The Execution Channel is a tomorrow's-headlines-today technothriller with enough ideas packed aboard to rise out of its small subcategory and into the stratosphere of speculative fiction.
The Travis family is the focus as a nuclear bomb goes off at RAF Leuchars in Scotland. Meanwhile, the Execution Channel, a rogue media outlet, broadcasts actual footage of various murders and executions Dizzying plot twists and a variety of fascinating, believable technological.
The book contains several typographical errors, including duplicate, omitted, and misspelled words. Read The Execution Channel: A Political Fable and it will make you guffaw, cringe, and wipe cold sweat from your brow. Then give copies to everyone you know.
The future of the real America may depend on it.4/5. And on every cable system, the mysterious Execution Channel broadcasts deaths from around the world, around the clock. James Travis is a British patriot and a French spy. On the day the big one hits, Travis and his daughter must strive to make sense of the nuclear bombing of Scotland and the political repercussions of a series of terrorist attacks.
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With an adroit combination of paranoid spy thriller tricks and SF gadgetry, MacLeod (Learning the World) depicts a near future that may or may not be our own, when 9/11 and the Iraq war were followed by war with Iran, a flu pandemic and terrorist attacks, and the West teeters on the brink of an.
Ken MacLeod's The Execution Channel starts like a techno-thriller "ripped from tomorrow's headlines", a thrilling, fast-moving tale of suspense rife with paranoia and multiple conspiracy theories. However, it's deeper and more thoughtful than most : And The Execution Channel’s meteoric success (and the success of sister programs like Final Justice Live) brings the whole narrative back into focus and plays in the background of the book’s many thriller-style plotlines.
And rollicking through the whole thing is Gov. Bowie, making outrageous quips to the press and constantly invoking the. The "execution channel" itself - a TV channel that broadcasts random execution scenes - seems like a plot device that is needed for one punch to the reader's stomach and then discarded.
It makes clear how brutal the world depicted in the novel is, but we get that, thank you. The novel also depressed the heck out of me for days/5(17). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Execution Channel by Ken MacLeod,Tor Books, Brand: Tor Books edition, paperback.The Execution Channel Ken MacLeod pages published in The Execution Channel is MacLeod's newest science fiction novel and a return to the sort of book he made his name with, after several more traditional sf novels: intensily political, near future novels in settings that seems to flow logically from our own times and as a reaction to contemporary political developments.