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If length will perturb you, wait to read this book until you have the time, leisure, and muscle to take it on.
A combination of good historical research and the fun of an action adventure with very engaging characters, subplots, and facts that could have been.
The book being reviewed here is one of three books which are from the Baroque Cycle Trilogy by Neal Stephenson.
A great read for people that love detail. Stephenson writes as it was in the 1600's including grammer so it takes awhile to get used to the syntax, but once engrossed in the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jay C Pfahl
The Confusion is Volume II of the author’s Baroque Cycle. Volume I contains the first three “books” of the cycle, while The Confusion contains Book 4 (Juncto) and Book 5... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Steven M. Anthony
Wonderfully vivid characters, bracing excursions into history and philosophy - part of a fabulous trilogy.Published 1 month ago by Neil
A fictionalized ADHD-fueled epic journey through Western history. I loved it!Published 3 months ago by Michael Pagan
The second volume of Neal Stephenson's epic Baroque Cycle (Qucksilver being the first) is just as insanely awesome as its predecessor. Are there pirates? Oh yes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by D.S. Cahr
Neal Stephenson is one of my favorite authors. This trilogy has it all. A study of the beginning of economics as the concept of money moves from being local coinage to something... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Greg Alvord
Another good book from Neal Stephenson. Just the right combination of history, science and plot. The science/history parts are never heavy handed or boring. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
5 stars for the book, but whatever the bonus material is supposed to be, I didn't see any. Not worth paying an extra penny for. Read morePublished 6 months ago by The Cockitts