Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Life.exe is a story about sex, drugs and books. It’s an exploration of language, bending words and phrases into surreal and beautiful patterns. More
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About Stephen Moles

Stephen Moles has had novelettes published by Swamp Tea and Biscuits and Blue Lake Review; short stories published by Pif Magazine, Red Fez, Gone Lawn, Why Vandalism? and Gemini; other shorter pieces of fiction and poetry have appeared in Molotov Cocktail, Censored Poets, Flashshots and Blink Ink; his work was also chosen for Matchbook's Google ads project. The author describes his work as "the thrown voice of infinity.

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Reviews of Life.exe by Stephen Moles

OSKR reviewed on Dec. 27, 2013

Wow. A really great free work of art.

This novelette smacks you in the face with a truly radical literary style. It's strongly reminiscent of dada or surrealism, or maybe "cut and paste". The descriptive sentences are warped and twisted to the point where they feel as though they've been generated randomly by a computer program (and they may well have been). However there's enough narrative to keep you ploughing through the paragraphs of insanity - I'd describe the narrative as contemporary, sexy and existential.

Here's an exemplary sentence if you weren't feeling curious already: "I explained that having no clothes put me in a hot butter tray, but she gripped me by the wrists and became extremely old."

Defintiely five out of five for this one. I'm looking forward to reading more from philistine press.
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Jessica Harman reviewed on May 28, 2013

I loved this! It is a unique and profound gem. There are so many great moments and descriptions.
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R E reviewed on May 26, 2013

An incredibly stylish and unique book. The unusual language is a joy to read. Mind = blown.
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