Review for Normal: A Novel
Normal: A Novel
By: Warren Ellis
Warren Ellis is a comic book writer. He has several comic book series such as RED and Transmetropolitan. In 2017 Warren Ellis is now the main writer for the new WildStorm imprint for DC Comics. Wild Storm debuted in February of this year. Keep in mind this is a completely new relaunch which as been an ongoing plan for the past few years.
Normal is a fantastic novel. If you are a fan of Warren Ellis this book does not disappoint. He clearly is still by far one of the best writers around. The book does not disappoint fans that loved Transmetropolitan. It is a novel that is dark, twisted, and terrifying. Normal keeps the reader going by taking you into this mystery that takes place in this futuristic fiction. The irony is fantastic, perverse, and cynical. As a fan of any of Warren Ellis work you can not help but enjoy it . The plot is very simple but very entertaining. The book is not a long read so i greatly encourage people to pick it up.
The story begins in an asylum that deals with futurists that have suffered mental trauma. This trauma was caused by them looking or contemplating way too much into the future.
The novel does the great duty of taking what is occurring with the world’s technology and channeling that into what can create our torment in the future.
Fans of Transmetropolitan pick this little novel up it is an interesting read.
Once again I am Ashley Rose and you can Follow me via Twitter @Aapplero5e, signing out.
Born in Corpus Christi, TX, she started her craftsmanship’s as a classical artist trained under an apprenticeship from an award winning tattoo artist Carl Alexander in Texas. She then went on and attended The Art Institute graduating in Graphic Design & Illustration. It was her move to Atlanta, GA that helped to propel her future forward. Ashley was able to work as an artist for Chronicles of Terror, Union Line, and have pin up art featured in About Time Comics- Godsend. There have also been many featured galleries on websites, including We the Nerdy and The Bronze Review.