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Walden [Download] ✤ Walden By Michael T. Dolan – Thomashillier.co.uk Written by Michael T Dolan, WALDEN deconstructs higher education, the struggle for individualism, and the parade of conformity in one fell swoop of a very sharp pen In the tradition of the great angry Written by Michael T Dolan, Walden deconstructs higher education, the struggle for individualism, and the parade of conformity in one fell swoop of a very sharp pen In the tradition of the great angry young men novels, Walden presents a humorous, shocking and thoroughly modern take on a young man s struggle for self Tucked into one day, you ll find the grand themes of love and death, revolution and freedom, hope and enlightenment And you ll find the Who and the Stones, back before they were doing Hummer commercials, CSI theme songs, and Microsoft jingles Pick up a copy today, and join the revolution that is Walden Says author Iain Levison, author of A Working Stiff s Manifesto Walden is a story about the seamier side of campus life, a life far removed from the smiling faces on the college brochures Mike Dolan has crafted a powerful and evocative story, full of anger, frustration and misdirected emotion, about a young man caught up in the anonymous and soul crushing world of the educational system Should be required reading for all college freshmen.

  • Paperback
  • 135 pages
  • Walden
  • Michael T. Dolan
  • 19 July 2017
  • 0977937909

About the Author: Michael T. Dolan

Michael T Dolan is the author of the novel WALDEN, available at conversari free shipping He blogs at conversari.



10 thoughts on “Walden

  1. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    Just when I thought this book could not get worse, it did It fits every cliche of bad writing, from an angst ridden teen who has no reason for his angst to a just kidding it was all a dream ending.

  2. Joni Fisher Joni Fisher says:

    This is a study in living simply Beautifully written and insightful Imagine living without the internet and the constant bombardment of information and noise.

  3. Dakota Vradenburg Dakota Vradenburg says:

    This was a decent book I must say though, the ending was thoroughly confusing I couldn t figure out exactly what the ending meant because of the whole dream sequence thing and I couldn t tell what was his dream and what was his reality I guess that it was most likely done on purpose However, I was always told that the last thing you want to do is confuse your reader I would think that this would be the ultimate in rule breaking confusing your reader at the very end.With all of that said, This was a decent book I must say though, the ending was thoroughly confusing I couldn t figure out exactly what the ending meant because of the whole dream sequence thing and I couldn t tell what was his dream and what was his reality I guess that it was most likely done on purpose However, I was always told that the last thing you want to do is confuse your reader I would think that this would be the ultimate in rule breaking confusing your reader at the very end.With all of that said, I liked the book, the flow was good and I seemed to enjoy the characters and their development, if minute They were somewhat likeable but, once again, I couldn t get over the ending and this is why the book got 3 5 for me

  4. Daniel Daniel says:

    Walden is a story about an angst ridden teenager barely in his first year at college I initially bought this book because of my present situation I figured being in college and all, I d be able to relate to the character It seemed like such a good subject but I could never quite relate to any of the characters They didn t seem real, and some weren t developed nearly enough Such as Brook, Walden s girlfriend, it would have been nice to know her story Perhaps it wouldn t have felt as if he w Walden is a story about an angst ridden teenager barely in his first year at college I initially bought this book because of my present situation I figured being in college and all, I d be able to relate to the character It seemed like such a good subject but I could never quite relate to any of the characters They didn t seem real, and some weren t developed nearly enough Such as Brook, Walden s girlfriend, it would have been nice to know her story Perhaps it wouldn t have felt as if he was making love to a cardboard cut out during their moment of passion near the pond I had a real issue with the characters.I don t know quite how to explain itI just wasn t attached to either of them.and it made for a low quality read

  5. Justin Justin says:

    Excellent and telling book which I found I could highly relate to When I got to the last page, I went right back to the first and read it again There was much I missed There sgoing on here than cliche.

  6. Nancy Nancy says:

    I tried this book again, after about 35 years I still have trouble following the large thoughts of HD Thoreau Too bad, I had hoped I would be better able to understand why it was assigned in Junior High School in 1968.

  7. Grace Grace says:

    Thoreau has got to be one of the most brilliant men that has ever lived I love the way he portrays the downfall of society and how people are absorbed with materialistic objects It s eventrue now than when he wrote this book Thoreau is seriously one of my favorite authors of all time.

  8. Amy Amy says:

    Every college student should read this book It s like Catcher in the Rye, but set in today s age and for today s college students.

  9. Brian Brian says:

    Ulysses meets Catcher in the Rye meets Dead Poets Society Loved it

  10. Lee Lee says:

    A good debut novel The author captures the inner turmoils of this relatable character in absolute detail Wonderful read.

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