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The novel itself is wonderful. I purchased this copy to send to my daughter who is interning at Disney World.
The printing quality was ridiculous. Read more
Just a fun read. A long running joke with post singulaity leanings.Published 26 days ago by Gary R. Bradski
'Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom' by Cory Doctorow has been on my to-be-read pile. So when my bookclub picked it as an alternate, I was happy to have a reason to read it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by W. McCoy
Despite being one of the most famous places on Earth, I feel like this book's setting is so unique. After all, who else is willing to tangle with the Disney powerhouse enough to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dione Basseri
I needed this book for a science fiction class and this book was amazing, so glad I had the actual book in handPublished 7 months ago by regates
One has to love the fearlessness with which Doctorow tackles the topic of a post-scarcity economy and immortality with such an ingenious and compelling story.Published 9 months ago by Arturo
The society of the future in this book is called the "Bitchun" society.
It's a first novel, and it shows. Read more
Excellent distopic fiction, entertaining and thought-provoking - very clever take on the implications of the new technologies, especially genetic engineering and social media. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Courtney
If you read Wired, you know who Cory Doctorow is. I found this by chance on Amazon, and thought, why not? I'm glad I did. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Great White North