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Mr. Bloom's style is compelling, fresh and literary.
The narrator works at a start-up in Berlin, and he and the company are looking to develop and promote the next big mobile app, one that will make their fortunes.
The characters all felt so real and I very much enjoyed following them throughout the course of the book.
I found the concept intriguing - social media meets sex trade. I even enjoyed the app development side of the story. But... The story ventured into too many tangents. Read morePublished 21 months ago by JAScribbles
The protagonist didn't draw me in as being some one I cared enough about to want to keep reading to find out what was going to happen to him. Stylistically it read well, though.Published 22 months ago by James kastner
The premise is a compelling one, and while the writing can be a bit rough in places, the first 80% or so of the book is at least an interesting perspective on startup culture. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
The future is a difficult place to write about, as you never know how fast it's going to get here. "Trade" could happen next week. I'm not sure dystopian is the right word for it. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by Brian