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This book has two things: first is a really interesting analysis of a very possible future where humankind has mastered a lot of new technologies. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Guillermo Mendoza
Bronze Age, Iron Age, Diamond Age... Say what? Yes: the Diamond Age, the age of nanotechnology, where windows made from perfect, crystalline carbon are cheaper than those of... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Michael Glaviano
Starting out as a "conventional" dystopian cyberpunk novel, the story began to acquire a mythic depth as the key characters of Nell, Miranda and Hackworth entered the stage. Read morePublished 18 days ago by David Menefee Jr
I had to read this book recently for a college class; I am not the biggest fan of this genre and assumed that I would only open the book for quiz answers. I was wrong however! Read morePublished 25 days ago by Danielle P.
Not necessarily a very 'deep' book but a very entertaining way to provoke thought about education, technology, entertainment and the judicial system. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Knitting Cat
Good solid story by Stephenson.
Very relevant in light of all the current advances in nanotechnology. Some intriguing and sometimes scary concepts in there.
Good in parts .not up to par with his previous works.definitely not worth the price.I wouldn't buy it .if I had it to do again.Published 2 months ago by andrew williams
Very well put together story, loved it.
Great blend of cyberpunk and neovictorianism.
I would recommend this book to anyone that likes cyberpunk and possibly... Read more