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Excellent book, brought me back to those sweet sci-fi times. It's always nice to see female protagonists displayed reasonably well too.Published 7 days ago by Michele
fell in love with this book, its become one of my favorites and my #1 you must read if your into sci-fi. bought authors other books cant wait to read.Published 13 days ago by Kindle Customer
In the end, I didn't really care about the characters or the world they lived in. I mostly was reading to finish the book and find something else to read. Read morePublished 13 days ago by ocd survivor
In my top ten reads of all time with a large number of fascinating themes that become more applicable every day. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Hank
Great cyperpunk read! Loved the first half, not the second half as much, but overall one of my favorite books. NS is a genius.Published 28 days ago by Ben Rocco
I loved this author's book SevenEves. So I was interested in reading something else by him. Hacker culture is not really my thing, so this one sounded the most interesting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TRC
One of my favorite books. Who wouldn't want a primer of their own??Published 1 month ago by O. Fletcher
I've previously read Neal Stephenson's "Snow Crash" which I was blown away by enough to recommend to friends. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles Jones
Neal Stephenson writes stories that are intertwined and span lots of time and space. The Diamond Age, although restricted to this planet, is in that vein. Read morePublished 1 month ago by WILLIAM EVERS