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Rapture of the Nerds by Charles Stross and Cory Doctorow

Charless Stross is currently one of my favorite SF authors, but his output can sometimes be uneven. He typically averages between stuff that’s absolutely bloody brilliant (Accelerando, Glass House) to high end pulp (like Singularity Sky). Even his low-end, underwhelming … Continue reading

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Implications of Immortality: Truncat by Cory Doctorow

I just read Cory Doctorow’s short story Truncat – a sequel to the excellent Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom. The full text of this story is available online here. I loved Down and Out, so I was thrilled … Continue reading

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Eeastern Standard Tribe by Cory Doctorow

Some time ago I finished Cory Doctorow’s Eastern Standard Tribe. I was meaning to write about it but I was preoccupied with some other stuff. I’m reading Cory’s books in reverse – newest to oldest. I reviewed “Someone Comes to … Continue reading

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Someone Comes to Town by Cory Doctorow

Here is my end review of Cory Doctorow’s strange, yet very intriguing book Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town. I must say that this is possibly one of the strangest books I have read lately. Cory Doctorow manages to … Continue reading

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Wierdest book ever… Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town

As I mentioned earlier I started reading Cory Doctorow’s “Someone comes to town, someone leaves town”. I must admit that this is one of the wierdest books I have ever read in my life. The initial part of the book … Continue reading

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