Cory Doctorow's


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  1. erm. this got published. lol

    Comment by Anonymous — June 20, 2005 @ 9:08 am

  2. This is either the best book in the history of the universe…or just too weird for its own good. I think I’ll read it, since it’s free ‘n all. Thanks!

    Comment by Phronk — June 21, 2005 @ 7:10 am

  3. It sounds interesting. Thanks the author,thanks for your kind of distribution. I will translate this into Vietnamese and will be gratefully to have your signature there. Contact me ,please.

    Comment by LinhThan — June 27, 2005 @ 7:24 pm

  4. Ah, man, so many words to read… who has that sort of time and dedication? I wonder if my Powerbook’s mic will record a decent audiobook format… Probably not…

    Comment by Joshua — April 12, 2006 @ 11:25 pm

  5. I bought the book at Borders..

    I’m only on page 60-something.

    And I love it.
    Mostly because it’s almost impossible to completely understand. It sort of reminds
    Me of Danielewski’s House of Leaves. In it’s oddness.

    Great job!

    Comment by katie. — March 8, 2007 @ 10:07 pm

  6. This is by far one of the strangest books I’ve ever read. Even after reading almost halfway through it, I was expecting some plot points to be delusions by one character or another. The ending still isn’t totally clear to me; I don’t know exactly what happened or who to blame for what, but I suppose that doesn’t matter as much.

    The description of grass-roots technology was interesting, but I think this world needs more far-out or surrealist fiction like this. Reminds me a bit of “The Persistence of Vision” by John Varley: “strange” people cut off from society, trying to make sense of the world.

    Comment by discontinuuity — January 21, 2009 @ 11:09 pm

  7. This book is a masterpiece, I delighted on its mixture of the banal and the utterly weird, and the sometimes casual acceptance of the characters to the ongoing weirdness. It was touching, clever and occaisonaly shocking. I got it as a free download for the stanza app, you can bet I’m going to buy some of Doctrow’s other works. Great!

    Comment by David — January 26, 2009 @ 12:00 pm

  8. Just got this book from the library, can’t wait to read it.

    Comment by Philippe Mongeau — March 7, 2009 @ 4:02 pm

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