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The Confusion by Neal Stephenson
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Apr 23, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: history, science-fiction
Read in February, 2007

Stephenson knows how to write long, sometimes tedious books, but they are always worth it in the end. No one does speculative and hard-science fiction like Stephenson. He's a modern day Jules Verne.

The Baroque cycle is...difficult to read, but that is because it is written in a baroque style! Isn't Stephenson clever!?

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