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Vurt P (Anglais) Broché – 15 janvier 1996

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"Vurt hasn't lost a shred of its originality or power ... With the entire world on drugs, things are understandably dystopian, but the legitimate human emotion keeps everything grounded and adds a real beauty, like a rainbow reflected in an oil slick ... Vurt was already essential reading, as much in 2013 as in 1993."
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Winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award, this is a brilliantly innovative and highly entertaining novel from a literary pioneer. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .

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Jeff Noon est un auteur originaire de Manchester, où j'ai vécu plusieurs années, et quand on lit ses romans, on s'y croirait... La pluie, la musique, l'hédonisme un peu glauque, tout y est. Attention, ça parle beaucoup de drogue, mais une drogue imaginaire, donc légale, non ?
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HASH(0x9ee7157c) étoiles sur 5 good, but for a specific reader 23 juin 2005
Par sharpie_revolution - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I personally really enjoyed this book, but I've also enjoyed other works by Noon, so maybe it just comes down to my taste. I could see why some wouldn't like it, it's not revolutionary or anything. I did however, find the characters to be compelling and realistic and I didn't have a problem with the dialogue as suggested in another review. Then again I've done a lot of drugs, hung out with addicts, squatters, and punks, and generally enjoy books about these topics. The characters reminded me of old friends I've had and the scenerio was exciting enough to keep me interested.
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HASH(0x9ee715d0) étoiles sur 5 A feather in your mouth: 18 juillet 1998
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Format: Broché
Vurt, by Jeff Noon is one of the most creative books that I have read in the sf&f world. It seems almost like a combo of A Clockwork Orange (the way Jeff Noon invents words, deriving them from words already in existance; also the all night Vurt-You-Want is analagous to the Korova Milkbar), Neuromancer (the general style of writing, cyberpunk theme), and Alice's Adventure's in Wonderland (the sort of mysticism that surrounds the plot, how a child is chasing down something that seems trivial to others, how he encounters a strage and almost magical world, paralelling to reality), and finally of Tekwar (the theme deals with the solicitation of drugs that don't exist in the non fiction world, and the battling that goes along with them). The plotline is very simple when you strip it of detail, which is part of why it becomes such an intriguinging, such a simple plotline bears such a complex plot. I think that Jeff Noon did a commendable job on his first book, and look ! forward to reading more books by him.
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HASH(0x9ee717a4) étoiles sur 5 This book is only for some (Glorious for some) 24 février 2001
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Please don't read Vurt if you are a sub-culture literature snob. And don't read it if you are a Sci-Fi elitist. And if you like to intellectualize the merit of a work against the established canon (even if that canon is considered cultish or underground or whatever) or critique it within a particular lineage, please stay clear of this book.
I can see why this book is not for all. I can even relate with the negative reviews it has been receiving on this web site. If I were to remove myself from the emotional and the more intuitive responses this novel evokes in me, I too might label it drug-obsessed and not the most original; or the writing style somewhat pretentious and over-the-top.
But, whether because I stem from a culture of electronic music, psychedelic drugs, and crusty fashion or because I tend to romanticize everything in life to death, this book has captured and moved me deeply.
So please, read this book if you too are a dreamer, like me. And read it if you've ever found yourself looking over that field of shattered glass, like an illusion gleaming, hiding the scum and the stench of Anytown-Bottletown, hoping for something better. Searching for a reality more satisfying than this, because you've always known this world is not your own. Linking the hunger with sexual love then discovering (in letting it go) that the insatiability goes far beyond.
It's about escape. This book is a momentary escape.
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HASH(0x9ee71cd8) étoiles sur 5 A Feather Full of Dreams 13 avril 2003
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Format: Broché
"A young boy puts a feather into his mouth..."
From the first sentence of the book, I was drawn in. I forced myself to read only one chapter at a time, to actually consider what I'd read and let it sink in, and that made this book that much richer. To me, it heralded back to Clockwork Orange. The Stash Riders (made up of Scribble, Beetle, Mandy, and Bridget) have their own vocabulary grown from the world they inhabit - where feathers can hold their fondest dreams or worst nightmares, where the worst poison comes from dreamsnakes, where pure is poor, and where shadowcops lurk above every all-night Vurt-U-Want.
Scribble is a young man, not so out of the ordinary, who wants nothing more than to have his sister back again. That want drives him to a destiny he'd not even considered, gaining and losing almost everything in the process.
I'm enamoured with this book. It stays on my nightstand so I can hear Scribble tell his story whenever I want. Let Jeff Noon take you into his tangibly ethereal world.
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HASH(0x9ee71c18) étoiles sur 5 Vurtual feathers 12 août 2007
Par Mikko Saari - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Vurt is an odd beast. I found it hard to start with, but soon the world had sucked me in. In futuristic Manchester those looking for hallucinogenic experiences suck on feathers to enter virtual worlds, Vurts. Stash Riders, a bunch of miscellaneous losers, hunt for interesting feathers and try to find Desdemona, who got stuck in a bad Vurt.

Noon has cooked up a futuristic and surrealistic world. The language is colourful and takes some getting used to. The world isn't explained thoroughly; some readers will certainly find Vurt too strange a feather to swallow. However, if you can accept that the world doesn't always make sense, the story moves on with a good pace and the plot is interesting.

Vurt isn't the easiest and most accessible book, but it's worth the effort. If you like it, there's more: Noon has written several books set in the same vurtual world.
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