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CORY DOCTOROW is a coeditor of Boing Boing and a columnist for multiple publications including the Guardian, Locus, and Publishers Weekly. He was named one of the Web’s twenty-five influencers by Forbes magazine and a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. His award-winning novel Little Brother was a New York Times bestseller. He lives in London with his wife and daughter.
CHARLES STROSS, author of several major novels of SF and fantasy including Singularity Sky, Accelerando, Halting State, and Rule 34, is widely hailed as one of the most original voices in modern SF. His short fiction has won multiple Hugo Awards and Locus awards. He lives in Edinburgh.
There are far too many good books out there than to waste your time and cash on this garbage.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it for any fan, or even friend of the singularity, and any one looking for a easy to read engaging tory.
The story is exciting and surprising, but what ultimately sinks the novel for me is the ending.
The logic of uploaded life is sometimes hard to follow, and the characters' genders can't seem to stay in place, but overall a nice romp through StrossworldPublished 5 days ago by A. J. Campeanu
The guy who wrote this is clearly NUTS. And that's a compliment coming from me. Probably because he has a vision into a Future that the rest of us can't even begin to imagine. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tommy Paine
Tries too hard.
Can't really recommend it to anyone I know; can't take it seriously as an effort. Would be insulting.
I really enjoyed this book particularly the blending of the authors complementary styles which resulted in some very humorous situations as well as a highly imaginative depiction... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. E. Ford
I was disappointed in this book. It was one of those stories where anything can happen, but what makes a story like that work is the knowledge that there are things that *can't*... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bhakta Jim
This was a silly book. I liked it, but I usually enjoy cyber/sci-fi books that are a little more serious in tone. Read morePublished 7 months ago by alex
This is my first Stross and I enjoyed it emensely. I am now ready for upload into the cloud. This book inspired me to encourage the local ants into my kitchen, where they do an... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sundadar
This is just a fun book, period. It serves as a reminder to the transhumanist crowd that what they wish for might not be what they get, that they could be less in control of their... Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Palmer