John Sanchez has translated the novel into Opish, "a children's language comparable to Pig Latin."
Opish is essentially English with the letters "op" added after every consonant. For example, Disney World becomes Dopisopnopeyop Woporoplopdop in Opish...
The Opish title is Dopowopnop anopdop Outop inop tophope Mopagopicop Kopinopgopdopomop and the author's Opish name is Coporopyop Dopocopotoporopowop.
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In this fun, fast book, the clearly talented Cory Doctorow explores a full-on reputation economy. With the help of a sophisticated, real-time network, people accumulate and lose a reputation currency called “whuffie.” The ideas are an incredibly rich playground, and the author doesn’t make you suffer through flat characters or clunky prose to get to them. On the contrary, these are totally alive characters set in a deeply conjured world (which world is Disney World, a place you can feel the author’s passion for). By the end, you’ll know the characters well enough to be able to judge what impact this new world has — or doesn’t have — on the fundamentals of human nature.
Paperback ISBN: 076530953X