"an education into the net-dominated world we live in and likely to be a classic" -- author Debbie A. Heaton
"In bringing Ray Valentine to life, Michael Stutz has created the Everyman of our wired age. Lyrical and moving, Circuits of the Wind ranges from the nightmarishly detached to the passionately connected. Stutz understands that no matter how many hours we spend alone before our computer screens, we're still what we've always been: desperate human beings longing for acclaim, achievement, friendship, and ultimately, love." -- Tony D'Souza, author of Whiteman, The Konkans, and Mule, which has been optioned for film by Warner Bros.
"Circuits of the Wind is a very entertaining and thoughtful book on the impact of a new communication and thinking on a generation. Academics may be studying this book in the future. It's ours now to read and enjoy!" -- David Bischoff, author of WarGames
A coming of age tale of the early internet and the impact on an unsuspecting world, Circuits of the Wind provides a very human story set on a backdrop of technology few truly understand, very much recommended. -- Midwest Book Review
"The descriptive passages in the book are funny, true to life and quite lyrical. Michael Stutz has an amazing ability with words ... [r]ead this book to learn the story of the beginning of the "net" generation. I believe Circuits of the Wind will be savored by techies, geeks and computer nerds." -- Library of Clean Reads
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Circuits of the Wind, a coming-of-age novel in three volumes, is the very human story of Ray's quest to find himself as he grows up online