Bronson's last novel, Bombardiers,
was wonderful, so it comes as no surprise that his latest novel is just marvelous. What does it take for entrepreneurs to risk everything, develop a product, start a company, and take it public? When social idealism, corporate politics, petty jealousies, money fever--all part of the business landscape in Silicon Valley--meet, the results make for a fun, fast-paced read. And if you're familiar with the culture of Silicon Valley, you'll find yourself asking if this is a novel or a chronicle of the times. Just make sure you clear your calendar before picking up this book--you won't be doing anything else until you finish.
From Library Journal
A former bond salesman who now chairs Consortium Booksales & Distribution, Bronson made his first $20 million (well, maybe not that much) with his best-selling debut, Bombardiers (LJ 11/1/94). In his new work, billed as a Silicon Valley novel, an ambitious young drudge at a research lab is handed a project that could land him in the top ranks?design a computer that will sell for $300.
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