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By this time, the future that Sundman describes is now our past. Sun and Digital are long gone. Workstations are history. In some ways, this book could not be written today. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Joseph S. Barrera III
Favorable comparisons with Tom Clancy are a good shorthand for this book: the plot is firmly rooted in science (current at the time of writing, and hanging in there to this day),... Read morePublished 3 months ago by i_am_tooch
This is the first book in the Mind Over Matter series (a 3 book series). An amazing read it is! Kind of a cross between William Gibson's Neuromancer and George Orwell's 1984. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andy Strain
Not the best of reads. Gets boring at lot of places. Definitely not a page turner. While the concept is good, a poor conversion of the concept into a novel.Published 7 months ago by Vishruth Madhav
As an ardent bibliophile and fan of Hoftstadter, James Joyce, Umberto Eco, Andre Breton, and the like, I really enjoyed this novel. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Matthew Carpenter
I especially recommend this to anyone who worked at Sun Microsystems, as you'll find numerous insider references to early Sun history.Published 9 months ago by Philip J. Robar
Be nice to yourself. Read this book. I would send a copy of this book to every sentient individual I know if I could.
Is it a techno-thriller? Yes. Read more
I hadn't intended to actually use the hyperbolic headline, but after consideration, I felt it was an appropriate embellishment for this novel. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Gremem
I finally read Acts this summer, after years of vaguely assuming that John's work was too dark for my taste. I don't know what my problem was. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Keith Dawson