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Like much of Stephenson's later work, the Baroque Cycle ties in interesting discussions and exploration of factual content with an overarching fictional narrative. Read morePublished 16 days ago by B. Beck
Breathtaking, but so convoluted that it's easy to completely lose track of where you are and who you're with today. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Cynndara
Read the trilogy! They're robust and entertaining even though they're a little overly wordy/descriptive.
Thouroughly enjoyed them.
The Baroque Cycle, of which this is the second installment, is a picaresque novel of the birth of the Modern Era. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gerald P Leb
So much talking. 75% of the book is depiction of conversations, and during those conversations it is apparent when one of the characters says things for which the point of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary Appenzeller
Following on from #1, the emphasis is less on math and more on Economics and Trade. A mix of historical fact and sometimes whimsical fantasy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peter OW
You cannot read this book without having read Quicksilver, the first book in the trilogy. Quicksilver sets up the characters in "The Confusion".Published 6 months ago by Sean M. Sullivan