WSJ on Homeland

Here's a nice surprise: a glowing review of my new novel Homeland in the WSJ.

"Homeland" is as dead serious as "1984," as potentially important a "novel of ideas," with a much more engaging central character and an apparently inexhaustible supply of information on everything from brewing coffee to sneaky surveillance and how to defeat it.

Mr. Doctorow is bang up-to-date (as Orwell never was) on the uses of rapidly changing technology, both good and bad. If you want to keep up, there's a four-page appendix on how to protect your privacy and use the Net productively—so long as you're allowed, that is.

5 Responses to “WSJ on Homeland”

  1. Teleny Parrish says:

    High fives!

  2. spookiewon says:

    Way to go, Cory! Really awesome review!

  3. Stabs says:

    "as Orwell never was"

    Sheesh, the man predicted cc tv in 1949. Give a sci fi writer a break, WSJ.

    Best of luck with the latest book Cory, I look forward very much to reading it.

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