TVCanal 1Razon PublicaHomeNational Gallery of CanadaNewspapers.comLas voces que son noticia en Colombia y el mundo | W Radio ColombiaAnálisis de actualidadNoticierosCrítica Ácida | El Blog sobre la Ciencia PolíticaBrave New World (review)Brave New World by Aldous HuxleyReason for Reading: My Year of Reading Dangerously ChallengeRating: 5/5 Summarize the plot: Welcome to the future. People are now created in test-tubes, and trained from birth via sleep-hypnosis to know their place in society. Sexual promiscuity and consumption are the highest societal values. One Sentence Review: The classic dystopian novel is still thought-provoking, if not as horrifying as it was considered when it first came out. What I liked: For being a relatively short novel with few characters, and very little action, Brave New World describes a unique dystopia, where families are considered pornographic, and "everyone belongs to everyone else". I found it interesting that none of the characters in the novel are especially likeable. What I didn't like: This is an idea book. Should I read it?