Brave New World
Required reading by many schools throughout the country, "Brave New World" is a brilliant work of fiction, as readable and pertinent today as it was over 65 years ago. Huxley's tone of semi-serious alarm and focus on specific philosophical and ethical controversies has remained amazingly contemporary -- indeed, many would argue that the future he portrayed is right here in our own society. As read by British actor Michael York, this unabridged audio edition of the book is both timely and absolutely captivating.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MikeFutcher - LibraryThing
"He began to talk a lot of incomprehensible and dangerous nonsense." (pg. 83) Brave New World is a prescient but uneven depiction of a dystopia, one that is unnervingly similar to the world we live in ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - TysonAdams - LibraryThing
Giving up on this classic. Several chapters in and no main characters, no real plot, just a heap of exposition. At least 1984 had a clear protagonist and plot to follow. If I'm going to be bashed over the head with world building and social criticism I want it to be engaging. Read full review