Like Victor Pelevin's "The Helmet of Horror" except this is real life!
Both a fascinating way of tracking the events and also very engaging on a human level as you become familiar with the cast of "tweeters".
This book is a very good read - exciting in some places and moving in others and definitely very much better than you would expect.
I found this account from people on the ground truly fascinating. There were excellent introductory chapters, explaining what was happening, before each set of tweets, to put them... Read morePublished 18 months ago by C. Buchanan
Not being a twitter fan, I thought at first this book wasnt for me.
BUT WOW how wrong I was - it was so much better than I ever could have imagined. Read more
This is a fantastic, innovative book which captures the zeitgeist of the Arab Spring. It provides an alternative perspective to the familiar histories of Egypt and its political... Read morePublished on May 10, 2011 by Carl
This is not the subject matter I usually like to read. I don't choose to read books about world politics and, not being on Twitter, I find tweets difficult to fathom. Read morePublished on May 4, 2011 by Oreleus