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'I'd recommend 'Little Brother' over pretty much any book I've read this year. Because I think it'll change lives. It's a wonderful, important book' Neil Gaiman 'Cory Doctorow's novel could hardly be more relevant, scary and eye-opening ... seriously entertaining.' The Times 'A cracking read' Guardian 'A well structured and superbly executed thriller with breakneck pacing and an emotional payoff to boot. Engaging, thought provoking, and at times harrowing.SciFi Now 'An entertaining thriller and a thoughtful polemic on Internet-era civil rights ... a terrific read' New York Times 'A compulsive and chillingly credible read ... would make a great discussion for any reading group' New Books 'A tale of struggle familiar to any teenager, about those moments when you choose what your life is going to mean.' Steven Gould, author of 'Jumper' 'A timely and at times frightening read that is sure to resonate with a generation of computer-savvy teens, but also with those who have never heard of an arphid or re-built a hard drive' Sun Herald (Australia) 'Doctorow's ambitious set-up spawns a fast-paced tale of triumph ...rife with snappy dialogue and breathtaking scope ... an exceptional, eye-opening novel that everyone should read' Canberra Times --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Canadian-born Cory Doctorow is the co-editor of the popular blog BoingBoing. He is the author of the young adult novel For the Win, and his adult science fiction novels and short stories have won him three Locus Awards and the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. He has been named one of the Web's twenty-five "influencers" by Forbes Magazine and a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.See all Product Description
A wonderful sci-fi - a fast read - but deeply thought provoking. Although it has garnered awards for the young reader - It has won 'adult' awards as well. Read morePublished on Aug. 18 2013 by John Verdon
I had never read this author and since reading Little Brother have read more of his books. It has also sparked an interest in cyber crime and modern computer video security.Published on June 4 2013 by Edward E Hammond
Cory is a writer for the modern man. I love the robust and precise descriptions of all the technology in the comic. Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2012 by B. Stevenson
It was going to be fun solving the next clue in Harajuku Fun Madness. Marcus, known online as w1n5t0n(Winston), met up with his friends in the San Francisco neighbourhood called... Read morePublished on Oct. 12 2011 by Heather Pearson
LITTLE BROTHER presents a pretty scary picture of the way things could be if terrorist threats continue, and politicians keep funding the Department of Homeland Security with no... Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2011 by TeensReadToo
I received the book for Christmas so I started reading it just after the underwear bomber attempted to blow-up Delta Flight 253. Read morePublished on Jan. 9 2010 by Mr. Temagami
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I loved it! I got the same feeling in the pit of my stomach as when I first read 1984, and Animal Farm. Read morePublished on June 1 2009 by Ryan Sullivan