Harry Patz Jr.
What rating would you give it?
3 of 5 Stars
What did you think of the book?
This isn’t my typical genre to read, and this book isn’t something I’d normally pick up either, but I found it quite interesting nonetheless. I’m not sure if I’d recommend though, but I can’t say I didn’t like it!
Would you recommend this book?
Ehhh… I don’t think I can say I’d really recommend it. Maybe if you’re a techie who’s interested in this sort of thing, I might at least suggest it as something to check out. But otherwise… I’m not saying it was bad, I just generally don’t recommend any book I’m not at least 70%-100% into, even if the book was written well or had a good grasp of its content matter like this one did.
Reviewed by AMS (amomentsilence)
|Publisher: Alophie Press, imprint of Gondolin Advisors LLC
Publication Date: August2014
Format: eBook, ARC
Genre: Memoir, Technological Explosion
of the 1990’s, Fiction, Comedy, Literature
Reviewer: AMS (amomentsilence)
Source: Provided by NetGalley
Challenge: 2014 Good Reads Reading Challenge (100)
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