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Neal Stephenson is my favorite author because of this book and Cryptonomicon. He's a brilliant guy and he's incredibly funny. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Joe R.
Very enjoyable. Yes, it starts a bit slow, but that's kind of the idea, and it picks up after about 100 pages.Published 8 days ago by Rebecca Gorton
Another excellent piece from Neal Stephenson. The narrative is quite slow paced and mostly develops through dialogs, so if you are looking for action, don't bother. Read morePublished 18 days ago by I.Ustinov
This book is super smart sci-fi incorporating philosophy, physics, math, and religion. Sounds like a potential recipe for disaster and in the hands of a less talented author... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Rebecca Cohen
Anathem might be a kind of science fiction for some, I guess. For me it seems to be a thought experiment written by a brilliant and remarkable author. Read morePublished 21 days ago by tomh
Stephenson is a consummate wordsmith. His ideas are always intriguing and his characters are lively and beautifully portrayed. Highly recommendedPublished 24 days ago by Doug Demick
A good story but a difficult read. Took awhile fire me to get into it, similar to Foucalt''s Pendulum. Insightful nonetheless.Published 1 month ago by mtnslamgrass