The Confusion (The Baroque Cycle, #2)
Publish date: April 1st 2004
Publisher: William Heinemann
Pages no: 815
Edition language: English
Series: The Baroque Cycle (3 volume) (#2)
I am going to wait a month or two before finishing Eliza's and Jack Shaftoe's love story, "The System of the World" and follow it up with "Cryptonomicon". I enjoyed "The Confustion" more than "Quicksilver" Particularly how Mr. Stephenson played European Aristocracy (Eliza's story) against the cult...
Review to follow.After this I read: Rivers of London
A captivating follow up to Quicksilver by Neal Stephenson. I greatly enjoyed this book and the entire world created by Stephenson. This book continues the story of Jack Shaftoe and Eliza, but introduces many more characters from places all over the world. The plot moves forward quite a bit more t...
Still an interesting story, but I got a little bogged down in the latter half of the book. Some of this may have been because I only had short snatches of time to read, but I do think some of it may have been due to splitting of the "Bonanza" and "Juncto" books. With so many characters and intertwin...
Loved the Quicksilver portion of the trilogy, but this second part wasn't nearly as compelling or fun a read.