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This is the story of a young man, Michel, who once dreamed of living in Paris, and of a mobile phone that tells him of this beautiful and impossible dream. He discovers that he is the owner of a Fiat and that he is one of the few in the world with a mobile phone that's fit to take. He learns how to change the colour of his car without the help of another person. To cover the costs of his contract, he resorts to a trip to the Amazon to buy tools. He spends his nights making odd jobs on the roads of the city and ends up discovering his roots in a way that he had never dreamed of. I'm quite comfortable with non-fiction being my go-to type of reading. It's usually a piece of writing I've researched in order to use as a source, or a piece I've read over and over again but never felt the need to write down. For example, I remember reading this short story in the book The New Anthropologist by John Tierney. It had me thinking about cultural norms surrounding male-female interactions and the differing perspectives of the sexes. I've always been fascinated by the way women deal with men, and the way men react to women, and that's always been the driving force behind my research for past exams. This book is quite different. This book has me thinking about the future of communication. I think that in a way, we are learning how to communicate with each other in a much more sophisticated way now than we ever have before. This book, while a fiction, is mostly non-fiction. It's the future of social networks, as well as the future of mobile phones. The main character, Michel, is not a particularly interesting character, at least not a character that you can't relate to. He's completely different from myself. He is a young man who has a great job, a car, a mobile phone and a "smartwatch" that allows him to communicate via instant messaging with his friends and family. When he learns of a large offer of free phone contracts, he takes advantage of it to get his own phone contract. He does this by scouring the markets to see what people are selling, and buying the contract for as much as possible. He is more interested in his car, than in the phone. He does this for about three weeks. As the book progresses, Michel begins to realise how the mobile phone has become an essential part of everyday life


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