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A great read. History, philosophy, science. Makes me wonder if Princess Caroline ever got Newton and Leibniz together, and sorry that Daniel Waterhouse never existedPublished 1 day ago by Michael E. Goldberg
One of the most brilliant works of historical fiction available.Published 15 days ago by Daemon A. Condie
I should probably have learned by now that Neal Stephenson and I aren't cut out for each other.
He's the kind of author that I should like, clearly smart, possessed of... Read more
I'm a Neal Stephenson fan, by way of coming clean (in other words, I'm prejudiced toward liking his work). Having said that...what's not to like? Read morePublished 1 month ago by SMC
Stephenson's my favorite author, but the first and third books in the Baroque Cycle are tortuous. Second book is worth wading through the first, but third book is disappointing.Published 2 months ago by Don Perkins
This is just part of Stephenson's Baroque Cycle. The whole work would be too big for one book and rather pricy to sell as a single audio book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by a reviewer
Neal Stephenson is, in my humble opinion, the best American author out there hands down. The System of the World was a fitting conclusion to my favorite book series of all-time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James E. McKay
Great concepts buried in miles of descriptions of 16th century LondonPublished 4 months ago by Edward A. Snyder