Circuits of the Wind (Volume 1)

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Volume 1 of Circuits of the Wind, an ambitious literary coming-of-age novel in three volumes, follows a young Raymond from his '70s childhood to the home computers and bulletin boards of the '80s, where he leads a double life as a wanderer of the wires. But when even his virtual best friend unplugs, Raymond might have to leave it, too—because isn't real life supposed to be offline? More
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About Michael Stutz

Michael Stutz is an American writer. His reality fiction (including Circuits of the Wind, a three-volume novel) explores Generation X nostalgia and life in the Net Age with trademark poetic rhythms and rhapsodic lyricism.


Review by: danzen1 on Nov. 23, 2016 :
Circuits of the Wind is quite the ambitious book. It's one novel divided into three volumes. This (Smashwords download) is only 1/3 the novel. So it's not easy to review without reading the rest. But the writing is terrific! I love the nostalgia for 1980's computer setups and 1970's childhood memories. It is a densely written, rich and musical book, the sentences are quite long and there are some incredible turns of phrase.
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