PAT. PEND.

PAT PEND PART ONE of PAT PEND takes place in an unknown point in the future The protagonist narrator JAMES ORSON only knows where he is Other than being in Angelholm Sweden he has no idea what day it is o

  • Title: PAT. PEND.
  • Author: Cleve Langton Walter Scott Nikola Djokovic
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • PART ONE of PAT PEND takes place in an unknown point in the future The protagonist narrator, JAMES ORSON, only knows where he is Other than being in Angelholm, Sweden, he has no idea what day it is, or even what year it is The past, the present, and the future are happening all at the same time, further propelling him out of his own reality into insanity Is it a reflPART ONE of PAT PEND takes place in an unknown point in the future The protagonist narrator, JAMES ORSON, only knows where he is Other than being in Angelholm, Sweden, he has no idea what day it is, or even what year it is The past, the present, and the future are happening all at the same time, further propelling him out of his own reality into insanity Is it a reflection Is it a hallucination Or is it real Towards the end of PART ONE, the answer comes together as events repeat and others convey a strange sense of familiarity It isn t until then that James finally gains clarity and understanding PART TWO of PAT PEND takes place in the past James works for a predictive analytics company called Crow Conn Works CCW James is the Director of HR and he lives in anarchy under his boss, CROW CONN Conn is the antagonist and James doesn t know whether to admire him or hate him The admiration comes from Conn s raw ability to uproot his identity as a poverty stricken Malian and transplant it to a leading American businessman and innovator His hate for Conn comes from the magnate s ability to disrupt and take advantage of the time s political climate Yet, there s to James than his opinion of Crow Conn Despite his inability to escape from his own reality, James finds solace in his girlfriend, RORY LADVEL Rory and James float around in this new technological, social media driven world with an intense loss of purpose even though they are both functioning citizens There s a dysfunction in their function and their interaction with one another represents a much broader contextual issue a lack of depth, even in the most serious of subjects Due to the constant display of information, both James and Rory and the landscape around them follow the trends of things rather than the substance of things People know everything and nothing As James blindly follows this ebb and flow of modern society, he also follows another tendency that leads him down a path of misfortune Out of his boredom and growing lack of interest and enthusiasm, he loses his job at CCW and, consequently, begins to destroy the one thing that has any purpose to him his relationship with Rory As he helplessly attempts to follow his childhood dream of becoming a writer, lying begins to fill the void that his writing isn t able to fill Lying becomes a game of Russian roulette and, each time he gets away with the deceit, his excitement for the things around him builds Until Rory soon discovers that James so called brainstorming sessions for a new screenplay aren t really brainstorming sessions Having known the truth for a while, she finally breaks down and forces James to drive her to the destination of his infidelity a diner called Blanch s in upstate New York There, Rory and James discover what a bad lie can lead to and they both pay a debt that neither could have dreamt of paying.

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    1 thought on “PAT. PEND.”

    1. PAT. PEND. is about 24 stories told at the same time. The stories are rearranged enough so, at first glance, you can't tell that one action took place in the same manner as the other action -- in another location. If you don't see that, the story feels like a fragmented recount of the past and the present. If you do see that, the story becomes a tangle of an unending web of insanity.

    2. PAT. PEND. is graphic and literary, dystopian and utopian, clear and unclear, in the past and in the future -- all mixed in one, linear, present-driven narrative. I like it!

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