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To Be to Is to Was [Epub] ❧ To Be to Is to Was By Stephen C. Bird – Welcome to a collection of worlds that collide collude conflict cooperate or exist in indifferent isolation When a father abandons his son the son has no other choice but to inhabit a world of fantasy Welcome to a collection of worlds that to Is PDF/EPUB ë collide collude conflict cooperate or exist in indifferent isolation When a father abandons his son the son has no other choice but to inhabit a world of fantasy to deal with the resulting trauma A young gay male in the late s named Sunnie Deelite with one foot To Be PDF \ still in the closet looks forward to living and loving among the brothers of his gay tribe in spite of his doubts and inexperience Isabella Gloucester dreams of finding love and success in Lost Angelist Amourrica Profunda Blue Green Planet She finds out the hard way that a price must be paid for the fulfillment of Be to Is ePUB ´ her dreams Isabella falls on hard times forcing her to seek out her bad boy collaborator Bobby Chooshingoorah At the nefarious Ulysses Disco in uestioning Ridge Nueva Jork they host a show and end up starting a war between the club's red and blue state clientele Baba Yaga emerges from the banks of a ravine to terrorize the bourgeois neighborhood of Drowsydayle in the city of Near Wanna in the province of Orckario in the country of Narniada South of the Narniadan border the Evilangelists of the nation of Mourrzicka Isolamicka throw their full support behind their trillionaire leader Turmerico Inflammatorio whose unstable temperament and Machiavellian governing skills create havoc on the continent of Pangolina Outside of the city of Branighan Missoolah Isolamicka Big Mama and her son Bobby grow zombies in specially designed greenhouses; the zombies are then trained to work for The Center for the Appropriation of Valuables in Branighan On Planet Gorp the descendants of refugees from the Blue Green Planet transcend hypercapitalism through their supreme dedication to practices involving synesthesia and chromesthesia Bryanna Dolls a young girl obsessed with the year gives birth by Immaculate Conception to her doppelgänger Clawdeeya Upon reaching adulthood Clawdeeya finds success in a career inspired by Schadenfreude terrorizing the city of Near Wanna and eventually the entire Blue Green Planet Her ultimate goal is to ruin the lives of entitled privileged males; her ambitions are supported by her connections to the warlock Antithesis Reticence and Bastet the Egyptian Cat Goddess Bryanna Dolls tunes out reality by embarking on an unexpected dream journey in which she encounters psychedelic bands Eurasian witches and decadent Southern Gothic culture But her dream turns into a nightmare when she finds herself in the dungeon of Luchadora Madrugadora ueen of Stepford Ken and Barbie Westworld Tommy Massageny leaves behind his hardscrabble roots in Bitoxia Archaicka Isolamicka to become an intergalactic emcee His career reaches new heights when he hosts a highly anticipated contest in the Galatea galaxy in which four renowned women battle for interstellar supremacy Meanwhile back in Amourrica Profunda opportunists band together to alternately celebrate and disrespect the fading corporate behemoth that is Fascibook Despite the fact that Fascibook has stolen their souls and left them addicted to social media they remain undaunted; they make the best of a bad situation and party on into oblivion.

  • Paperback
  • 206 pages
  • To Be to Is to Was
  • Stephen C. Bird
  • English
  • 16 October 2014
  • 9780692069462

About the Author: Stephen C. Bird

Stephen C Bird is a fiction writer to Is PDF/EPUB ë and visual artist Books by Mr Bird include Hideous Exuberance ; Catastrophically Conseuential ; Any Resemblance to a Coincidence is Accidental ; and To Be to Is to Was  He grew up in Erie County NY and lived for most of his adult life in New To Be PDF \ York City as well as five years in Toronto  Mr Bird currently lives in Wes.

10 thoughts on “To Be to Is to Was

  1. Glen Glen says:

    I won this book in a goodreads drawingI couldn't make heads nor tails of it Somebody else might like it

  2. Matt Nagin Matt Nagin says:

    A Uniue And Entertaining Book Read this book with interest It is a series of interconnected satires that offer socio political commentary through the lens of characters and worlds closely resembling our own The use of imaginary names resembling those in our world is certainty Swiftian ‘Fascibook’ ‘Nueva Jorker’ ‘Amourrica Profunda’ etc while the propensity for characters to be eccentric misfits reminded me a bit of Chuck Palahniuk Overall it was an enjoyable read well written with a decent sense of structurepacing Perhaps the best thing I can say about this book is that it is highly original That however could also be a bit of a critiue At times I wanted Steven to rein it in; to add structure; to show these characters grow in a traditional sense; and to build upon these episodes and uniue characters so that the satire really fully challenges our current social order All this being said there is enough in here to entertain a wide range of readers and the book was better than much of what I’ve read of late So I do strongly recommend it and think readers from a wide variety of backgrounds will enjoy the zaniness and chaotic energy that Stephen creates

  3. GoodlyWitch GoodlyWitch says:

    Welcome to the satire of 2018 I’m on the fence with this book While parts made me laugh and I enjoyed the satire of our current political climate global warming and even Facebook the chapters felt disjointed and slightly disorienting The pacing was good but the characters lacked development and the plot needed cohesion There was no flow Rather the book offered a series of commentary loosely woven together by characters randomly inserted like the tiles a player draws in a matching game I felt like I was reading a draft of this book but not the finished product

  4. Cathy Cathy says:

    This book is a little weird But it makes you think

  5. Brian Homa Brian Homa says:

    If the literary genre of surrealist sci fi inspirational self help didn’t exist Stephen C Bird would have had to invent it Don’t be afraid to walk away and come back to it as I did when I felt I needed room to concentrate It’s a strange and hallucinatory trip through several alternate worlds that satirize our own that will confuse and confound you and yet leave you feeling strangely uplifted

  6. Lourdes Lourdes says:

    I received a copy through GoodreadsI really did enjoy the book short stories

  7. Trish D& Trish D& says:

    I won this book through a giveaway on good reads It was a uniue combination of short stories that were very entertaining and different from stories I usually readIt was an easy read

  8. Jill Jill says:

    Actually I'm giving up and moving on

  9. Chloe Chloe says:

    I won this book from a Goodreads giveaway In past and futuristic stories that parallel today this book takes you on a wild ride I really really really enjoyed the first short story While reading the rest of this book my thoughts were all over the placethis is a good satire wait this seems pretty realisticokay definitely a satireis the author on drugsam I on drugs? Repeat these thoughts at least 5 times throughout this book The names were clever and fun however it was hard to keep up with towards the middleend of the book The names and information were just coming so fast not much time to process what was happening I think if things were elaborated on certain parts would make sense but I feel like it would ruin the feel of the book overall if the author did that Reading certain parts aloud is nearly impossible because there are a lot of tongue twisters but I tried to read parts to friends I see that this book was published in 2018 which is recent but it is still very relatable in 2020 with the state of the world right now This is definitely an interesting read that makes you think The book itself is put together very well and is of good uality

  10. chels marieantoinette chels marieantoinette says:

    Confusing while interestinguirky tongue cheekA play on current reality just far enough off to make anything believable “a flamboyant trillionaire by the name of Turmetico Inflammatorio rose up within the ranks of Mourrzicka’s decaying political system to become the voice of the untruth His ruling techniue involved distracting the populace by engineering chaos and drama which he achieved by creating an ongoing political theater that was covered by every available media outlet Tumerico also maintained a relationship with a mistress who went by the name of Pornie Damnsell”The Fascibook Eulogy literally had me doubled over cacklingI’m not sure I love the book but I definitely love Stephen C Bird and his creative mind

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