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"Cheng is a gifted writer and the book is well-crafted--the story is engaging and the writing itself is superb. Although his two main characters have very different approaches to technology, Cheng is careful neither to glorify nor demonize technology, choosing instead to show both its possibilities and its limitations." —Jonathan H. Liu, Geekdad
Jack Cheng was born in Shanghai and grew up in Michigan. He has worked in advertising and technology as copywriter, designer, and art director. He lives in Brooklyn.
The most contemporary novel I've read in a while: an exploration of the always-online culture and the tech startup world. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dmitrii C
In the digital age this book reminds us to stay present in our interactions with our loved ones. John green said it on vlogbrothers when dealing with relationships we have to "use... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cory Kemak
But I just couldn't. The startup environment was realistic but both of the central characters failed to move me or inspire me in any way. Read morePublished 16 months ago by D Elliott
As an entrepreneur on the fringes of the tech scene, and someone who typically enjoys a read with deep character development, I really should have been the perfect audience for... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Chris F. Willis
I came across this book as a Kickstarter project and fell in love with the concept so much that I decided to back it.
I am so glad I did! Read more
I'm not finished with the book yet, but so far I love it. Jack has managed to capture the constant, wavering uncertainty I feel is unique to our entire generation. What do I want? Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by asba
I often find myself wondering why the books I usually read are about crime, murder or conspiracy. This book was a fun change of pace. Read morePublished on May 14, 2013 by Daniel Reich II