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!Ebook ♙ Chaos, A Fable ☨ A breathtaking novella about faith and anarchy by the acclaimed and prizewinning Latin American writer Rodrigo Rey Rosa Mexican author Rubirosa is attending a book fair in Tangier when he reconnects with an old acquaintance, a Moroccan artist who asks one favor of his visiting friend to access the puzzling files on a memory card It could help fulfill the destiny of his son Abdelkrim It could also unwittingly draw both men into irreversible events already in motion on distant shoresIn America, Abdelkrim, a brilliant aspiring astronaut deemed too Muslim for citizenship, has teamed up with an equally gifted young prodigy, a witness to the plight of Syrian refugees Together, the foreign students share a vision of altering the world s geopolitical landscape to end human suffering with a nearly inconceivable blueprint And they can turn theory to reality They can bring about change But only through a technological apocalypse can there be redemption by unleashing total chaosA provocative morality tale that moves with the visceral rhythms of a high tech thriller, Chaos, A Fable is a spare and stunning triumph from one of the most celebrated Latin American authors of his generation This book is about well, I m not entirely sure what the plot of this book is, apart from it feeling like a random assortment of recollections and experiences The book shows great promise as it touches on Islam, Moroccan culture, and politics, and includes some well, not magic, but whatever it was that had the raven talking to Abdelkrim s father Mohammed I m not sure that Abdelkrim lives up to whatever grand destiny the raven had foretold, other than being highly intelligent and wantin This book is about well, I m not entirely sure what the plot of this book is, apart from it feeling like a random assortment of recollections and experiences The book shows great promise as it touches on Islam, Moroccan culture, and politics, and includes some well, not magic, but whatever it was that had the raven talking to Abdelkrim s father Mohammed I m not sure that Abdelkrim lives up to whatever grand destiny the raven had foretold, other than being highly intelligent and wanting to be an astronaut I m unsure why Abdelkrim wanted to draw the Mexican into whatever intrigues he was plotting, and overall, I think that the book would have benefitted from maybe being a bit longer but fleshing out the ending I understood this somewhat opaque novel in the sense that I followed the words and the action, but what it all amounted to left me rather bemused It starts ok A Mexican author reconnects with an old friend in Tangier and is entrusted with a memory card belonging to his son with a request to find out what s on it Then it all gets a bit thrillerish Apparently this card is a pretty dangerous item and inserting it into a computer leads to all sorts of bad stuff I guess that s where the fable I understood this somewhat opaque novel in the sense that I followed the words and the action, but what it all amounted to left me rather bemused It starts ok A Mexican author reconnects with an old friend in Tangier and is entrusted with a memory card belonging to his son with a request to find out what s on it Then it all gets a bit thrillerish Apparently this card is a pretty dangerous item and inserting it into a computer leads to all sorts of bad stuff I guess that s where the fable bit comes in But by that time I d kind of lost the plot, so to speak, and not only could I not really understand what it was all about, I didn t really care It all seemed a bit improbable and as I hadn t connected to any of the characters I was quite happy to leave them to their own devices I won this novella in a Goodreads Giveaway It is a very international story that spans the globe, different religions and there are references to real historic events that gives it a timely feel There is also an element of magic I feel like it was an interesting puzzle that I couldn t quite solve Maybe you can A fable for our times Would Recommend A brief read, and a profound fable I would recommend this to anyone with an open mind willing to learn about different cultures and philosophies. While the plot of this novel is essentially the rise of an anonymous anti arms NGO we have to stan theimpressive accomplishment here is the way Rey Rosa captures the attention deficient nature of the modern mind, kept on constant high alert for terrorist attacks, while also being expected to transition to theremoved and wealthy art world, where these threats are played for entertainment value The cognitive dissonance that results is as deeply unsettling in print as it is in real While the plot of this novel is essentially the rise of an anonymous anti arms NGO we have to stan theimpressive accomplishment here is the way Rey Rosa captures the attention deficient nature of the modern mind, kept on constant high alert for terrorist attacks, while also being expected to transition to theremoved and wealthy art world, where these threats are played for entertainment value The cognitive dissonance that results is as deeply unsettling in print as it is in real life, andthan earns the book s title.One has to wonder if this was originally meant to be a screenplay, however much of it feels like it would play evenuncomfortably on screen to further exploit the trauma porn critique In this vein, I would recommend this for fans of the recent BBC HBO miniseries Years and Years, which covers similar themes and events, and conveys the same harried tone Like many others have commented, and this book doesn t have a solid plot or point However, it also does I enjoyed the myriad characters and interweaving of scenes It seemed stream of consciousness and very arab in the way it told it story What I truly enjoyed was feeling like I was with the characters, in part due to scenery and the weaving in of Arabic Oddly, I enjoyed the political nature as the characters reflected points differing from the American norm I received this book as a Good Like many others have commented, and this book doesn t have a solid plot or point However, it also does I enjoyed the myriad characters and interweaving of scenes It seemed stream of consciousness and very arab in the way it told it story What I truly enjoyed was feeling like I was with the characters, in part due to scenery and the weaving in of Arabic Oddly, I enjoyed the political nature as the characters reflected points differing from the American norm I received this book as a Goodreads Giveaway I m sorry I didn t understand it I received this book free in exchange for an honest review on Goodreads, but I cannot give it an honest review. I m not sure I entirely understood it, but it s ok for narratives to be looser than what one typically understands I was excited to get this in a giveaway, however, because I m trying to readtranslation and South American It s aglobal story and does not take place in South America at all, but, I liked it a lot It actually kind of reminds me of Mao II a little, it definitely has DeLillo s vision of global politics and the not too distant future if that makes sense.