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  • What is really real

    A long but very fulfilling tale of where technology might take us. With a vast scope to be expected from Neil Stephenson

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  • Another masterpiece

    Every now and then one reads a book that literally expands one’s mind, and this is one of them.

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  • One of the best

    A rambling (as ever for this author) and again - typically - photorealistic white whale of a novel that combines fantasy, high tech, speculative fiction, lkve stories and a quest ... all in a coherent package that rarely flags. Marred by a few - but annoying- typos.

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  • What a disappointment

    I have previously enjoyed Stephenson's imaginative creations in books like Reamde, Anathem, Cryptonomicon and Snow Crash. But this was not in that class - the seemingly endless boring accounts written in quasi-biblical language of created cyberworlds left me numb. It started well, the concept was interesting and could have been excellent but the execution left a lot to be desired.

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  • Starts well

    Book starts well. Has some really good ideas and views about the direction humanity can take with the singularity. But half way through it falls apart. Chapters are way to long, to many side characters with no real purpose, and a really unsatisfying ending.

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