Fiction. You're sitting in a darkened theater, waiting for the movie to begin when American culture explodes all around in I-Max, Sensurround, Technicolor--this is the experience of reading Lance Olsen's brilliant 10:01, a novel in frames that unreels the random thoughts of a random movie audience: a screening of our own moment that Olsen lights with the white heat of a a projector beam. Be sure to check out Lance Olsen's other titles at SPD, including SEWING SHUT MY EYES.
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Review: 10: 01User Review - Jasmine - Goodreads
http://www.lanceolsen.com/1001.html I read this as a book book. it's easier that way. This is a book about being lost in one's own mind. It's a book about the end of something, or perhaps the ... Read full review
Review: 10: 01User Review - Paul - Goodreads
THE ACTUAL REVIEW which is entitled CRASH BURN FZZ HEAD ROLLING ABOUT IN GUTTER, AND NOT IN A GOOD WAY In 1918 James Joyce wrote the Wandering Rocks section of Ulysses wherein a bunch of random people ... Read full review