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The Phone Company - David Jacob Knight
The Phone Company
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3.18 55
Format: kindle
ISBN: 9781503361997 (1503361993)
ASIN: 1503361993
Publisher: CreateSpace
Pages no: 424
Edition language: English
Category:
Science Fiction
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Audio Book Junkie
Audio Book Junkie rated it
2.0 “The Phone Company” by David Jacob Knight – disappointing finish after an intriguing start
I had such hopes for "The Phone Company" when I started reading it. The writing had a gritty immediacy that was unpleasant but compelling. The story was centred around things that interest me: the online disinhibition effect and the dark side of social media which enables and even encourages us to...
Toni
Toni rated it
1.0 "The Phone Company", by David Jacob Knight
This is one weird book I never was able to get into, oh yes I tried many times after putting it down telling myself that I wasn’t in the correct mood for a bizarre, kind of nightmarish read. In effect, from my perspective this turned fast into a slow and far too dragging horror to pick my interest f...
Just a book blog
Just a book blog rated it
5.0 The Phone Company
A very interesting read about a Phone Company that suddenly comes into a small town and gives everyone new cell phones that begin to control everyone's lives. These phones have apps that seem to be designed specifically for that one person, no one else can get the same apps. These people also have t...
sushmapillai14
sushmapillai14 rated it
3.5 Review: The Phone Company by David Jacob Knight
PCo decides to set up its data centre in the town and hands a phone called Tether to its customers. Unlike the usual phone characters in the apps of this phone seems real.It updates personal data of user by itself and people all over the world can rate you on basis of whatever you did or do!Steve is...
My Book Blog
My Book Blog rated it
5.0 The Phone Company
I was given a free copy for an honest review.This is the second best book I've read in 2014. It was engaging, and quite amazing. I was sick over the holidays so I had a lot of time to read. Steve lost his wife to cancer, and five years later The Telephone Company moves into town. They seem to assimi...
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