Title: Glitzch! USA
Author: Hugh Kellett
Page Count/Review Word Count: 160
Disclaimer: While I aim to be unbiased, I received a copy of this for free to review.
Glitzch is the second Hugh Kellett book that I’ve read in which he takes a look at language and the way in which autocorrect works. Simply put, he takes you through the alternate history of America, explained by the little gremlins which work in mobile phone software and hijack your messages with incorrect autocorrect.
So you’ll get to learn about famous presidents Grotesque Washing and Abrasive Luncheon, about how our American friends put the first man on the moose, and how the Control Negligence Agency helps to keep people under control. It’s a great little read for a bit of a laugh, and you can read the whole damn thing in half an hour, if you want to. Could be a good gift, too!