LINUS LARSSON and DANIEL GOLDBERG are two of Sweden’s best-known writers on new technology and the internet. They have been published in the Washington Post and American Computer World, among other places, and quoted by BBC News, the New York Times, and the Sydney Morning Herald. Their first book, Swedish Hackers, was published in 2011 in Sweden. Minecraft, their bestselling English language debut, followed that same year.
If Minecraft has become part of your life at all, this book is worth a read. I bought this for my Minecraft-obsessed 11yr old and enjoyed reading it myself.Published 12 hours ago by N8Dogg
I bought this for my 2nd grader's biography book report, but this book isn't for children. It might be an excellent read but the way it is written is very mature and the subject... Read morePublished 9 days ago by AmandaM.
It gives you a whole new interpretation of the life of a programmer. Markus life is not easy and he tried something crazy and ended up with 70 millionPublished 1 month ago by Naim Sabir
Son loves it. He has trouble reading, but this kept him interested.
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My Minecraft addicted son (who rarely reads books) loves this! Yea!Published 2 months ago by sandymom
The story truly tells the tale about minecraft and how it has turned into something really big. While reading, it made me remember the first time I stubble upon minecraft and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Quite a lot of back story that wasn't known. Very informative. Great for all ages who love this game. Read morePublished 3 months ago by samantha williams
Great book, nicely written and easy read.
As a game developer I was amazed by learning some facts behind Minecraft creator and would definitely recommend this book for anyone... Read more
I find that programming is difficult and sure some people are rich now but there life was not always easy Notch's dad committed suicide.Published 4 months ago by Aidan