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Overall, a great book I'd highly recommend for anyone who reads.
The novel's time came and went and sci-fi novels of the near future are a lot less interesting when history and technology make their premises irrelevant.
Lots of action, interesting characters, and a fast paced plot with a crazy theory in the middle.
This month, I've read my first William Gibson ("Neuromancer"), Philip K. Dick ("Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"), and Neal Stephenson ("Snow Crash"). Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dinogirl7
By now (2014), this is a retro-futuristic tale that we can see completely missed the mark. Published in 1992, Stephenson's view of the future was entirely wrong. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Shambalagala
Stephenson's Snow Crash is a fast-paced sci-fi adventure that - considering it was published in 1992 - foretells of a world very similar to the one we live in now, except that... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Matt Felix
This book came out a long time ago, but still impresses me even though technology has moved on. I thought that the present tense style of storytelling suited it well and was... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Luke Brimblecombe
I've read 6 Neal Stephenson novels and enjoyed them all immensely, but this is an unmitigated disaster. Read morePublished 15 days ago by R. Walker
This is a well researched and unusual ride. I've read this by book multiple times and I still find new facets and connections. Well worth reading.Published 15 days ago by R. M. DelleFave
It was a great read. Who would think that a pizza delivery kid would be the hero?!? Caused some deep thinking about the genesis of computers and people.Published 17 days ago by Cameron J. Fleury