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All things considered, I'm looking forward to reading the rest of his catelogue.
I loved it, but it was a weird one.
(Do I get a free book now?)
I've got to say, I was floored by this. Most bloggers aren't going to be able to make the transition to novelist, but the ones that do maintain their writing style. If all I got was a few hundred pages tinged with that style of humor I wouldn't have been disappointed, but what I got was a cyberpunk novel in the vein of the best of Gibson and Stephenson (think The Diamond Age meets Count Zero); the obsessive worldbuilding that pays attention to the change in social norms and language as well as how a couple small changes would have had vast effects on the entire fabric of society. And, of course, it's funny. And poignant.
If anything about this book makes you think you have any shot at liking it, chances are you will far more than you'd thought. It's definitely worth the plunge.
A nicely built world
Wished for a better ending with a more satisfying conclusion.....several characters were just left there abruptly that I thought needed an epilog
If you have ever read and liked Brockway's work on cracked other mediums you'll love this book. If you are craving something that is fresh and funny sci-fi check it out.
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