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Posted April 12, 2003
David Darks Everyday Apocalypse deals with the misrepresentation of the word ¿apocalypse¿; and shows us how the correct representation is something that is occurring in everyday life. To start a level of equal comprehension, Dark explains that apocalypse is not a Biblical term that should be used only to relate to the end of days or the days of judgment. Dark explains that through out the Bible, the term is use to explain how the future is approaching the present, therefore influencing modern times. The influence is so potent, so effective that it is revealed in everyday pop culture. Movies, music, television, novels, ect. These tools of communication are speaking out to us, revealing what this world of ours ultimately could turn out to be. Through the puns of The Simpsons, or through the gloomy, technology-age resentment in Radiohead¿s music and lyrics, we are being informed, maybe warned of what could come. The reason we give this book a 3-star rating is because of how it reads. There seems to be too many tangents through the chapters. They are all supposed to relate but they end up boring you somewhat because you lose focus on the main connection. Even though this happens, it is still entertaining and interesting. Check it out if you have the time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 14, 2009
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