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The Koalemos Initiative By P.H. Wilson The Koalemos Initiative What is TKI TKI is not like anything ever created before that is the kind of line business managers make you write I apologise it is books in which is quite surprising given that it is a novell

  • Title: The Koalemos Initiative
  • Author: P.H. Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780995935709
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Koalemos Initiative By P.H. Wilson What is TKI TKI is not like anything ever created before that is the kind of line business managers make you write, I apologise , it is 3 books in 1 which is quite surprising given that it is a novella.Layer 1Layer one is a thriller that has none stop action from start to finish.Who is the man in the yellow polo shirt Is he an anarchist, a jihadist or a fascist bent on aWhat is TKI TKI is not like anything ever created before that is the kind of line business managers make you write, I apologise , it is 3 books in 1 which is quite surprising given that it is a novella.Layer 1Layer one is a thriller that has none stop action from start to finish.Who is the man in the yellow polo shirt Is he an anarchist, a jihadist or a fascist bent on a new world order What was he doing at the scene of two separate terrorist attacks and why has he reappeared five years later during the deadliest bombings London has seen since the blitz Agent Heller, the only member of her Majesty s Secret Service that believes the man in the yellow polo shirt is behind it all, must find out the deadly truth, but what is the truth in the world of espionage and where does reality end and madness begin Layer 2Layer two is a philosophical meta fiction discussing the ramifications of actions and thoughts.What if everything that happened in the world of a novel was real What if authors were evil monsters torturing innocent characters with their evil schemes And what does that make the reader Layer 3Layer three is a literary criticism discussing the state of modern commercial fiction, its inflexible state of being, the trite cliches, the sloppy editing, the scores of grammar and spelling mistakes and its obsession with sales over quality.If novel writing has basically become an algorithm to be followed, why wo
    The Koalemos Initiative By P.H. Wilson

    The Koalemos Initiative by P.H Wilson The Koalemos Initiative is at its base a story of international terrorism set in London The main characters are Heller, a female police officer and an Asian double agent known as The Pizza Man because he makes his first appearance riding a bike and delivering pizza Its a complexly written story with a sometimes labyrinthine plot. The Koalemos Initiative Wilson, P H Jun , The Koalemos Initiative is at its base a story of international terrorism set in London The main characters are Heller, a female police officer and an Asian double agent known as The Pizza Man because he makes his first appearance riding a bike and delivering pizza It s a complexly written story with a sometimes labyrinthine plot. Customer reviews The Koalemos Initiative The Koalemos Initiative is at its base a story of international terrorism set in London The main characters are Heller, a female police officer and an Asian double agent known as The Pizza Man because he makes his first appearance riding a bike and delivering pizza It s a complexly written story with a sometimes labyrinthine plot. The Koalemos Initiative by P.H Wilson The Reviews Aug , The Koalemos Initiative by P.H Wilson Real Rating What is that, I am giving my own book , I must be crazy Well if you go on good reads and sites like that you would be right as most of the authors that do vote when they review their own work give their works out of s and every agent says things like I want a confident writer Book giveaway for The Koalemos Initiative by P.H Wilson Jun , The Koalemos Initiative by P.H Wilson Author Release date Jun , Win of copies of TKI and see if you can solve the riddle, then visit my website for special offers Winners have been selected Format Print book The Koalemos Initiative Livros na Brasil Which I suppose is why I found The Koalemos Initiative so refreshing, not only does it highlight the stupidity and the stagnant nature of modern commercial literature it also toys with the absurdity that is the literary writer in such a manner that one is not certain whether Koalemos Religion wiki Fandom Oct , In Greek mythology, Koalemos is the god of stupidity, mentioned once by Aristophanes The word was otherwise used in the sense stupid person An ancient false etymology derives from koe perceive and leos distraught, crazed Its actual etymology is not established. A Greek English Lexicon compiled by H G Liddel and R Meaning A FACE SOMEWHERE BEHIND THE PAGE Aug , These are the questions I asked myself when I wrote The Koalemos Initiative Now I know if you have read it you are probably going how the hell does that generic thriller have anything to do with those questions you posed and sadly for the moment you will have to take my word for it, as it is far too early in that works lifespan for me to begin Koalemos In Greek mythology, Koalemos is the god of stupidity, mentioned once by Aristophanes, and being found also in Lives by Plutarch Coalemus is the Latin spelling of the name Sometimes it is referred to as a dmon, of a spirit and minor deity. Otherwise, the word was used in the sense of stupid person or also idiots. Perseus Digital Library Prior support for the project has been provided by the Annenberg CPB Project, Apple Computer, the Berger Family Technology Transfer Endowment, Digital Libraries Initiative Phase , the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education part of the U.S Department of Education, the Getty Grant program, the Modern Language Association, the

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    1. P.H. Wilson on said:

      I feel that every author should honestly keyword rate their works, but we live in a world where I am suppose to be busy flogging you this story and touting every newspaper and website that you have never heard of review and ultimately lying to you so that I can sell two extra copies That makes us no better than a telemarketer or any other slimy salesperson We used to be artists, now we are corporate shills, as for the work itself TKI comes off as chaotic I admit and as a standalone it could go e [...]

    2. Shuonan on said:

      The story line initially seems to be quite simple and that is where you get caught offguard as the meaning hidden behind it is not The title itself is the first indication that this story is not quite what it seems and that stupidity truly is the central theme.The rage hidden within the protagonist, and the author themselves, screams off the page as frustration and heartache hide around every corner As you read you fall into a false sense of superiority as the confusion mounts and you start to t [...]

    3. Micheal on said:

      Bizarre, seemingly uneven with layers I am certain I still have yet to comprehend after reading it 5 times The Koalemos Initiative is not a story that wants you to like it, it wants you to hate it, but that is the premise of the entire humbling experience as it makes us look back at how easily we miss the messages that we should be listening to and in turn listen to some broken interpretation, by those who seek to influence us for their own personal gain I recommend reading this work, but you wi [...]

    4. Adam Mann on said:

      Story set in West London, initially in the vicinity of the VA museum, but later moving across towards Bloomsbury Very complicated to read at first lot of strange characters, maybe Japanese, but even other Asian scripts, including Thai and even Sanskrit The novella was difficult to read, but the story slowly emerges when the reader manages to ignore those characters, and what complicates the story further is the overabundance of adjectives to describe a simple action.Other parts of the story and [...]

    5. Cindy Yan on said:

      An interesting book full of twist and turns that will leave you as confused as a new born baby Recommend to those who enjoyed Notes from underground.

    6. 小从 on said:

      A by the numbers thriller that has a twist you should see coming but won t.Not for those looking to turn their brains off while simplistic it ultimately requires re reading.

    7. Diana Drakulich on said:

      The Koalemos Initiative is at its base a story of international terrorism set in London The main characters are Heller, a female police officer and an Asian double agent known as The Pizza Man because he makes his first appearance riding a bike and delivering pizza.It s a complexly written story with a sometimes labyrinthine plot For me at it s base, The Koalemos Initiative is about opening your mind to reality Taking off the filters and seeing the world as it is Without giving the plot away her [...]

    8. Darrell Nelson on said:

      I honestly have no clue what to think of this story I struggled with the author s style as it is ESL I ve read other works that have been ESL and in a page or sometimes a chapter or two it falls into a comfortable rhythm that allows me to read it only sometimes having to stop and reread a sentence here and there That was part of the problem with this novella, a lot of the sentences have multiple subjects and are long They also are almost anti paced that s not a real word, but bear with me The ex [...]

    9. Watson Davis on said:

      This is a small book with big aspirations.It tries very hard to be iconoclastic, to tear down some of the so called rules of story telling and the action adventure genre, to push the genre into new places and a new, self aware and artistic paradigm, poetic prose, anime esque action.For me, the book was unsuccessful.It needed several doses of editing, to fix typos, to address the proper grammar for dialog, to fix words consistently used wrong, to pull back the over the top metaphors and simile [...]

    10. Ann on said:

      The margins in the print book are off, but I guess that is the printers issues, not the writers and I also thought that the book having no numbers was part of the same issue, but I was informed that no page numbers is what the author intended.Now English is not my first language so there were quite a few new words in the book, which is good it means I can improve my English better, the story is fast and full of action with very little time wasted on boring parts The ending was a bit confusing an [...]

    11. Jane Chen on said:

      I was given this book in exchange for an honest review The book is full of action, almost too much action The writing is very thick even though there are very few pages The story is very simple, but at the same time it feels very complicated As a reader it makes you feel like the writer is trying to overwhelm you, which is odd when you think that the characters are very 2D and the actual story is very short Ultimately it makes you feel like it was a good book, but at the same time you feel like [...]

    12. 李鹏飞 on said:

      Why are the Chinese guys the bad guys and why is the western woman chasing him, it should be a western man chasing him so that we could see a fight between the to of them and then the Chinese guy can kick his butt, but instead we get some women fighting and it is really boring There were too many words and not enough dialogue, also less describing and fighting, nobody like books like that If I wanted to read books like this I would do it in class, instead the author should watch and see how act [...]

    13. Sharon Wang on said:

      It is an interesting idea, hiding a philosophy book behind a thriller I am not sure if pays off as much as the author would like, but the reader gets an above average thriller and if they pay attention to what is hidden inside the book itself they can then reread the work as a whole new meta philosophy book, which is a heck of an achievement and to me anyone pushing into the realm of the avant garde deserves credit.

    14. Paul on said:

      I received a free copy of this book as a Goodresds giveaway.I struggled rather at first with this book couldn t make much sense of it and it required a degree of concentration and focus that I am usually unwilling to invest I did persevere however and got there in the end I appreciated the story although still left thinking that there were things I may have missed That may be due to a clever author or a stupid reader.

    15. Russ on said:

      I did not know what an antinovel was before I read this book and I am still not sure I know what one is now and I probably did not get half of what I was suppose to get, but the thriller part of the book is pretty decent very fast paced and it leaves you guessing as for the artsy part of the book and the second author and translation nonsense, that could have been left out All and all a decent read, but FYI stop reading when the book tells you to stop reading.

    16. Shona on said:

      This book is very well written It took me a few pages to get right into it, but once I was in it held my attention to the end.

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