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The End of The Computer

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Travel to the edge of The End of the world with some of the most interesting and enjoyable people you'll ever meet.

Share the spine-chilling thrills and great emotional epiphanies as this company of friends are forced into the adventure of leaving their hollow lives in Moscow and Berkeley and becoming the earth mothers and fathers of Thunder Valley... if any of them survive...more
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Published August 29th 2011 (first published August 21st 2011)
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Dylan McNamee
I got this for free at the Rose City Comic-Con.

Both the book, and my impressions of it, were a bit of a roller-coaster. My negative opinions about it are mostly because it's very much "an agenda" book. Whether I agree or disagree with a book like that is beside the point - the agendas in this book are so blatant as to flatten the characters, situations and plot (think Ayn Rand). The agendas here are about the harm of GMOs, the military-industrial complex, and the pros of polygamy. Huh. While I'...more
Patrick Conner
Review by Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer Thomas Duff "Duffbert"

This was a unique ride, to say the least... The End of the Computer by Andre Mikhailovich Solonitsyn. Normally, anything deemed "green" lowers my interest and expectations a couple notches right from the start. I definitely don't qualify as an "environmentalist." But, balance that against a sci-fi novel involving the demise of the computer, and my interest is right back up there. Solonitsyn (the "author") takes the reader into a near-f...more
Sue Owen
This was written more as a biography than a story. From the title, description and illustration on the cover I was ready for a science fiction book. But in fact it was more of a science fact. I don’t know enough about this timeline to know if this really is a true accounting of events but if not, it is written as if things were happening in the real world.

I did enjoy the story but found it rather slow and hard to follow sometimes. I don’t know if I would find more value if I knew it was a real-l...more
A Book Vacation
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I’m sorry to say that this novel is not for me. The synopsis was intriguing, but the story itself was not what I expected. It’s very scientific and matter-of-fact–from the very first page, and getting through it was very difficult for me as I didn’t know what the characters were talking about a majority of the time. Likewise, the character names were long and difficult for me to keep straight, so I struggled with that aspect as well i...more
Kyree S. Williams
Conner's title "The End of the Computer" might be classified as sci-fi or green thriller, but it is so much more than that. Through truly dynamic and lively characters, it teaches us lessons of life, love, happiness, risk, fear and even cooking. But more than that, it poses this all-important question: is this life of instant-gratification that we live worth its trouble if it is quickly killing us and our world?

It was an incredible read, and the lessons--and recipes--it contained I will carry fo...more
Nschwart
Nschwart marked it as to-read
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