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    Intriguing perspectives

    In the novel Jason gets back from filming a reality show, but one of the contestants dies while filming. All the people who were involved with the show have such different reactions. It’s so interesting to think about this experience, because I feel like it’s an interesting mirror to what actually happens when people watch themselves on TV and also experience trauma. It’s also all about how people have so many different perspectives on the events of their lives. Many people can see one event but come away with different stories. Really interesting stuff.
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    Love the reality TV

    I’m glad I heard about this, being an unashamed reality TV fan. I read it in two sittings and can’t wait to pass it along to others to talk about it.
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    A Philosophical Puzzle

    An interesting look at unreliable narration, I think. I still can’t decide if Jason is reliable! This book really calls objectivity and truth into question in a compelling way. It’s a puzzle. I wanted to root for these characters at times and condemn them at other times. The psychological elements keep it centered though: this explores a number of sides of the human condition as it relates to watching others, being watched, and thinking about the image you put out into the world.
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