Dea Buda

Dea Buda

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Dea Buda awakes alone after napping on her lounge room floor, and there it stands, beneath a dusty lamp, her unused Pentium II desktop computer. Acting on impulse, she switches the machine on and signs up to ubiquitous BestieBook. Social media, it's a great way to meet people, right? Then she clicks the wrong page and work finds out and everything turns pear shaped. Thrust alone into the world, Dea Buda discovers what it is to lose friends, and what it is to make real friends, and what it is to reconnect with family members otherwise lost to her for good. Dea Buda, the novel, explores what it is to use social media as a substitute for human relationships. The novel explores the modern office environment and the many personality clashes that occur within it, sometimes comic, sometimes tragicomic, as well as questions relating to the use of social media that sit over every managera€™s head, and within every employeea€™s grasp. Set in Melbourne, Australia, it is also the story of an immigrant trying to fit into a culture where no one really fits but where everyone belongs. As such, Dea Buda, the novel, 'reboots' 'They're a Weird Mob, ' the popular Australian comic novel written by John O'Grady under the pseudonym 'Nino Culotta.'He had rinsed his hair with a light orange dye a few months ago, emulating one of his favorite UFC middleweight fighters; ... He drove a year old Mazda 3, the sports edition, which was a superseded model that his family helped him buy new.

Title:Dea Buda
Author: J.J. Co
Publisher:Light River Books - 2015-09-12

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