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    Rise and Fall of DODO

    This is a book about how magic was once a part of the world, and then was extinguished as technology developed. A government Black ops group is funded to explore the reintroduction of magic into the present, and the plot takes off from there. I found Parts I and II of the book very enjoyable and easy to follow. As the story progressed, I found it challenging to enjoy due to the introduction of frequent acronyms, changes in narrator, use of bureaucratic memos to advance the story.
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    Fun light read

    It was light-hearted and fun, but it didn't have the depth that I have enjoyed in other Neal Stephenson books (Snowcrash, Seveneves). I would give it a 3.5/5 if I could.
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    Brilliant

    Clever and engaging. Bought it before release and savoured it over the week. Can't wait for the next one
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    Funnier than the average Neal Stephenson.

    Unlike other Neal Stephenson's works, this one is *funny*. There is the usual serious science fiction going on, but sense of humour injected in here, most likely by Galland's share of the writing, makes this a must read novel.
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    Great action book

    It an adventure through time; interesting setup and we'll written.
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