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Was not a good follow-up to Daemon. Very easy to get lost in this one.Published 1 month ago by Shishir Patel
Good follow-up to Daemon- very impressed with this author's work, and looking forward to reading Influx!Published 1 month ago by H. K. Rodman
My favorite book, I bought the paperback for my wife to read, I prefer the audio book.Published 1 month ago by Matt
A good story but tries to impart a politically liberal message which spoils the story a little.Published 1 month ago by mchone
Come read a book celebrating a Maoist revolution in the United States. Suarez seems to have his own ideas about the North Korean Juche concept. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Govis
Freedom is really not a stand alone book, but the continuation of Daemon. It's the conclusion of what began in Daemon where Matthew Sobel's daemon was released into the cyber world... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pat Brown
It kept me up all night reading.
It draws your focus on the human condition beyond any technology or government system.
Great series depicting real life scenarios that many only think happen in books and movies. Love how there are citations surrounding the technology referenced in the books.Published 1 month ago by Joseph