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The only reason for a four star is because Neil Stephenson is always the clear winner. This was a great book and I loved it.Published 13 days ago by Steve
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 2 months ago by H. K. Rodman
My favorite book, I bought the paperback for my wife to read, I prefer the audio book.Published 2 months ago by Matt
A good story but tries to impart a politically liberal message which spoils the story a little.Published 2 months 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 2 months 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 2 months ago by Pat Brown