Publish date: 1997
Publisher: Zysk i S-ka
Pages no: 556
Edition language: Polski
I would give this a 3.5 rating. The futuristic premise of the book of a world divided by class and culture full of nanotechnology was fascinating. The characters were also interesting and seeing their growth was well worth the read. I think the latter part of the book kind of lost the thread for me ...
Not Neal Stephenson's best, not even close. There were too many characters that I didn't care about, and I found myself really longing to skip huge sections--which is against my rules--just so I could get back to Nell and her education in awesomeness. Lately it seems I've been hampered by what I wis...
I have read a couple of Stephensons books, and was really looking forward to reading this.It started really well, they future he imagines of a neo Victorian Asian world, and the technology that this culture has is great. The first section is great, good characters, and plot, but the second section w...
Only one mistake in this book, toward the end. Otherwise, a classic.
Some time in the future, when nano technology means you can assemble pretty much anything you want in matter compilers, and there aren't really separate nations any more, so much as various tribes, determined by allegiance rather than race, there lives a little girl called Nell. Her mother is a serv...
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