Mister Touch #2020

Mister Touch By Malcolm J. Bosse Mister Touch This exhilarating novel set in the future after a viral disease has decimated the population of the Earth follows a group of survivors who escape from New York to Arizona lead by a blind former Wal
  • Title: Mister Touch
  • Author: Malcolm J. Bosse
  • ISBN: 9780449907542
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mister Touch By Malcolm J. Bosse This exhilarating novel, set in the future after a viral disease has decimated the population of the Earth, follows a group of survivors who escape from New York to Arizona, lead by a blind former Wall Street wheeler dealer.
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    About "Malcolm J. Bosse"

    1. Malcolm J. Bosse

      Malcolm Joseph Bosse 1926 2002 was an American author of both young adult and adult novels His novels are often set in Asia, and have been praised for their cultural and historical information relating to the character s adventures Bosse mostly wrote historical fiction novels after the publication of The Warlord, which became a best seller.Bosse was born in Detroit, Michigan and died in New York City He is a graduate of Yale University and served in the U.S Navy Bosse was also an English teacher in City College of New York in Manhattan.

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    1. The BasicsA virus has hit the world and greatly diminished its population Those that are left range between levels of blindness and being unable to breathe, but one group in particular has banded together with the intention of surviving The Skulls, full of crazy nicknames and with strict rules about never speaking of the past Their leader, Mister Touch, wants them to make a journey from New York to Arizona, but with a laundry list of disabilities and trauma, can they hope to make it My ThoughtsT [...]

    2. As I mentioned in a status update this was a reread of a book some friends and I read after finding it in a thrift shop when it was only a few years old.It wasn t as OMG AMAZING as I remember thinking it was then I ve read probably thousands of books in the interim, and have gained 20 years of life experience.That being said it is a solid, engaging little book It s the sort of story that really sticks to you It s an incredibly realistic post apoc scenario The characters are incredibly human, wh [...]

    3. My 1 re read Probably read this 20 times It is the best post pandemic road trip book ever Better than the Stand imho.

    4. A group of survivors of a pandemic band together in New York city for mutual protection and company Most have some combination of poor eyesight and difficult breathing, which are after effects of the disease The characters are unusual for this sort of story and come from a variety of backgrounds, but there are so many that it s difficult to keep track There is a list of characters at the back of the book, but the descriptions contain spoilers so I didn t want to read it until the end of the stor [...]

    5. Set two years after a genetically programmed virus has wiped out most humans Starts in NYC, but follows the 200 or so survivors who banded together into a functional society there to Arizona where the air is clean After effects of the virus cause blindness and phlegm filled lungs, and the symptoms are progressive, so people continue to die for a long period of time The story is really good about how societies develop out of arcane but necessary rules and quick decision making, but with very diff [...]

    6. If I had rated this book just after finishing it, I would probably have given it 2 or 3 stars I don t remember whether it was exceptionally written I remember being so affronted by the coarseness of the tale, and how it was presented It was so raw, so ugly painful even Entirely ungilded I don t like reading things like that I don t need rainbows and ponies, but I don t need my face rubbed into harsh reality either But I m now 15 years or so out, and I often think of this story It stays with you. [...]

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