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a great read. Neal Stephenson knows how to challenge the readerPublished 6 hours ago by Wayne J. Byrnes
Imaginative, intellectually compelling, and emotionally raw. Not for the faint of heart.
The ending was abrupt. Read more
If you're a seasoned science fiction reader, you're no doubt already familiar with Stephenson and his outstanding writing. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Truly entertaining book. A mix of classic children's adventure styling with sci-fi/cyber-punk goodness.Published 22 days ago by Cormac
Part 1 was very good, 5 stars there. Part 2 was very bad and destroyed the story. The ending was also lacking too say the least.Published 25 days ago by Björn Gunnarsson
This was an awesome follow up to Snow Crash, not quite as awesome but still in my top 20.Published 1 month ago by Brian C.
Diamond Age remains one of my favorite science fiction novels. Neal Stephenson creates a somewhat retro world (Victorians, etc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sliver111
Neal Stephenson consistently creates amazing worlds for us to explore with fascinating characters and this book does not disappoint. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer