Ecstasy Club

Ecstasy Club

Douglas Rushkoff / Oct 19, 2019

Ecstasy Club A darkly comic contemporary fable a brave very funny very knowing trip through the neo psychedelic substrate of the wired world William Gibson bestselling author of Neuromancer and IdoruDouglas Rus

  • Title: Ecstasy Club
  • Author: Douglas Rushkoff
  • ISBN: 9781573227025
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • A darkly comic contemporary fable a brave, very funny, very knowing trip through the neo psychedelic substrate of the wired world William Gibson, bestselling author of Neuromancer and IdoruDouglas Rushkoff the foremost authority on cyberculture and author of Cyberia, Media Virus and Playing the Future has penned the ultimate novel for our fast and furious times A w A darkly comic contemporary fable a brave, very funny, very knowing trip through the neo psychedelic substrate of the wired world William Gibson, bestselling author of Neuromancer and IdoruDouglas Rushkoff the foremost authority on cyberculture and author of Cyberia, Media Virus and Playing the Future has penned the ultimate novel for our fast and furious times A wired in thrill ride into the here and now of tripping, raving, net surfingd beyond An eerie tale of 20 somethings caught up in an increasingly trippy world of homegrown religion Set in an abandoned piano factory in Oakland, CA Rushkoff s novel drops several characters hackster, hipster, hustler, hippie into a pop culture Cuisinart along with a nice Jewish boy, and then spins them off into an intricate plot that leads to a showdown with the leader of a rival cultlike group New York Times

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        Douglas Rushkoff is a New York based writer, columnist and lecturer on technology, media and popular culture.


    399 Comments

    1. Unpopular confession time: I don't do drugs.I mean, yeah I like me my wine ----- but it's never appealed to me to snort a chemical & completely mind-bend. I don't judge, and it's not that it scares me (objectively, I find the idea pretty fascinating), but that I justefer my mind-bending sustainable, shall we say. I like my brain as is -- and I'm genuinely out of sync enough without the help of substances.But you read Ecstasy Club, stone sober -------- and you will be tripping balls.And becau [...]


    2. If you're looking for a pastiche of the mid-90s San Francisco rave scene ("Plugged" magazine or Cosmotology, anyone?) with a stilted metaphysical plot, then this is your ticket. And what kind of freak are you, anyway, that that's what you're looking for? Weirdo.


    3. I'm not sure what I was expecting when I first bought this book (in this edition), but I suspect I finally pulled it off the shelf to read (in the edition shown) because of the recently read review with Rushkoff in David Jay Brown's book. I had read at least one thing by Rushkoff at the point that I first purchased Ecstasy Club (Cyberia, I think) and thought he would write an interesting science fiction novel. (I guess it never says anywhere on the book that it is SF, and it really isn'tSF in an [...]


    4. For the time being, Ecstasy Club is a bit under the radar. Fans of Rushkoff and those circles are aware, but it isn't a particularly famous novel. I believe one day that will change and this book will get the recognition it deserves.As we drift away from the time period of the 90s, the generation of my youth, and our memories glamorize and stereotype, eventually this book is going to be remembered as one of the defining works capturing the soul of that era. The cultural identity of the 90s will [...]


    5. A seemingly utopian dream complete with the cracks in the foundation which grow larger and larger as time progresses. The dark side of art and communial living. Brilliant.


    6. This book was difficult to rate. Story around drugs was good enough to keep an old pharmacologist keep reading but certain graphic scenes do not add to the story and lack taste. It left a slight taste of "Umberto Econess" in the last one third (which I really enjoyed), although lacking Eco's intellectual depth. I read in the comments that some really liked it while others really hated it and I can see the point in both. I think three stars is fair. Story is good and could have had more stars if [...]


    7. This cult/rave book was entertaining and interesting for someone who didn't live through that culture of the 90s. However, I felt like the plot and characters were tedious. I couldn't buy into the whole conspiracy/time travel thing and the narrator made so many horrible, irrational decisions that it was impossible to identify with him. Maybe I needed to take some of the acid that all the characters were high on in this book.


    8. I really didn't enjoy this book. It wasn't a bad book, I just didn't like it. The characters were annoying in that way that people who are way too into their own bullshit are. The story was not all that gripping interesting. It was very ok.




    9. You think I would like this book. Its rubbish, Douglas smears a bunch of pop culture drug refrences together and hopes it will stick. It doesnt.


    10. I was actually really enjoying it until they got into all that conspiracy theory bullshit in the last third or so of the novel. Oh well.


    11. So I read this book in the mid to late 90's when I was going to raves in old abandoned warehouses in Oakland which is exactly what this book is about mostly.





    12. I thought this book was interesting. I also thought it was a little stupid. Entertaining enough to read. It seemed kind of dated since it's based on the whole 90s rave thing. I assume.


    13. An interesting concept, lot of high flying ideals but music, sex and drugs are the daily reality. I liked the rooftop zen garden and the club/home set up.



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