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This book is a great story... exciting and well written..
I think classes dealing with the future of technology, media, security systems, or communications would do well by making this book part of their reading curriculum.
Even if this book is available for free on Cory Doctorow's website, you should buy it.
I've read Little Brother a few times now. It is a great book for anyone, but I'm particularly impressed that it is young adult fiction. Read morePublished 8 days ago by David Turner
The story line was eerily prescient; the characters were very engaging. Cory Doctorow understands the technology about which he writes.Published 10 days ago by Lance R. Reichert
You can say many things about Little Brother. Among the first things should be that it encourages the reader to think critically about technology and how it affects our everyday... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Oleg
It's 50% instruction manual on things I don't care to learn how to do and 50% teenage Melodrama that could be told in about 30 pages.Published 19 days ago by john
This book is fun, smart, and relevant. It gives me a little hope in this NSA NDAA FBI CIA HSA IRS BS State-saturated world we are living in. This is not a 1984 knock off.Published 29 days ago by ReggaeHead
Little Brother was too simplistic for the course I'm enrolled in. That said, if I consider the fact that it is written for a younger less sophisticated audience- in reference to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ADW
I love how Cory Doctorow's books flow so quickly and immediately put you into the psyche of the main character. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian Perkins
everyone should read this. it is so relevant to today's world. one city one book for San Francisco this yearPublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
couldn't put the book down! I liked it so much I've started reading its sequel, homeland. I also love Mr. Doctorow's philosophy regarding freedom of knowledge.Published 1 month ago by Caroline Barnhart