Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

by Stephanie Bennett

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Overview

The Within the Walls trilogy chronicles the life of Emilya Hoffman Bowes Brown—technological genius, collaborator in the newest wave of “tek” enhancements to hit the market, and creator of virtual vacations. In Within the Walls (Book 1) Emilya finds information that leads her on a journey to a community of dissidents who have chosen to live without technology, exposed to nature and the elements—something that was supposed to be impossible. As Breaking the Silence (Book 2) unfolds, Emilya is trying to understand the puzzle of these people in the wild, the way they live, and their use of words like “faith” and “soul.” Aren’t humans just biology and electricity?
How can people co-exist in a place where they can’t simply turn off the communications of others or carefully edit responses? Complications pile up for Emilya as she tries to deal with aspects of love and friendship that defy her carefully constructed idea of what it means to be alive.
The first two books in this series are intended to spotlight the real dangers of the world's increasing dependence upon technology—and the illusion that we can achieve perfection, happiness, true relationships, or fulfillment within the walls of “safety” that we’re told technology can provide.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149055913
Publisher: Wild Flower Press, Inc.
Publication date: 11/01/2013
Series: Within the Walls trilogy , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 252
File size: 585 KB

About the Author

Stephanie Bennett, PhD. is Professor at the School of Communication and Media at Palm Beach Atlantic University in Palm Beach, FL. Currently, Dr. Bennett teaches courses in communication ethics, relationship management, social issues in mass media, nonverbal communication, and rhetoric. She is a member of the National Communication Association, the Media Ecology Association, and the International Jacques Ellul Society, and has written a number of books on the importance of voice and presence in the age of technology.

Married to her musician/drummer husband, Earl, she is the mother of three grown children and grandmother of five. Stephanie brings her love of writing and close-knit community together with a heart to inspire personal growth.

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