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And decide to throw in a bit of Alan Ginzburg, a dash of Hunter Thompson, a NAND gate or two, an 80s history of pizza box minis in a broth of recursion and shake to and froe. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard Careaga
This is a confounding and clever book. Imagine if we recombined the character sequences of Pynchon and Hofstadter's works with the "Does it Blend? Read morePublished 8 months ago by Brian Sletten
Cheap Complex Devices is a lovely slap on the head by the wet fist of surrealism. It is a frothy coffee-like concoction with tentacles sticking out of it, and they are made of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Peltier Cooler
One thing is clear: we're in the hands of someone who's got the kind of background in technology that would leave him uncomfortably familiar with devastatingly subtle bugs, the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ulysses
I tend to favor straight forward narrative, so I am glad that I read Acts of the Apostles (the one by John Sundman not the one attributed to Luke) before I read this. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Peter J. Reilly
Awesome book but there's just so much to it that I think I'm going to reread it again. Interesting read, very well written and, as always, gives unique things to ponder and think... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Andy Strain
I walked right into the first trap the author laid out. Carelessly, I might add. It took me many, many pages to realize that I was even in a trap! Read morePublished on August 17, 2013 by L. Caine
This was an absolutely delightful book to read, very quirky, but a lot of fun. When I first realized how I was being played with was during the introduction where the author... Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by Charles Koeppen
So here's the thing:
This book is the literary equivalent of Phantom Limb Pain. Wherein the amputee tries to button his shirt and heedless of the missing arm, the... Read more