Saturday, April 6, 2013

If Silhouette was a Movie (Other Characters)

Macmillan Films is working on a movie deal for Silhouette, so I thought I would find some photos online that would show how I imagine the characters, locations, vehicles, weapons, etc. Is this how you imagined them when you read the book? Leave comments with your thoughts about them if you want. This is my final post in this series--next I will do some posts with pictures for my second novel, Kaleidocide.

Harold Harris, who is a "net jockey" and leader of the squatters who have taken over the Red Tunnel, might look something like this...

A Korean tech named Kim helps Michael with his investigation, and then ends up in a Blade-Runneresque chase through the streets of San Francisco, being pursued by Michael, Paul, and their remote-controlled "falcons." Kim's wife, Angelee, plays a significant role in the sequel (see my next series of posts).

At the "summit" meeting of world leaders that Saul Rabin hosts toward the end of the novel, one of the guests is Stanford Glenn, who is one of the most powerful men in America, which is declining and decentralized, but is still very influential in the world.

Stan Glenn appears in the second book, and so does another guest at the summit meeting. General Zhang Sun is the militaristic ruler of China, and seems to have an animosity toward Michael, from which flows the primary plot of Kaleidocide (and the reason for the title, in fact). So this is a good way to end this series about Silhouette and transition to another one about the sequel.

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