Cory Doctorow: A Place So Foreign and Eight More

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Cory Doctorow is a science fiction author with a head full of ideas. I think his novels can't always keep up with his ideas, but these short stories work well. It's a creative collection of stories based on wild ideas. Some fall a bit short, but there are no misses in the collection and the stories range from quite good to very good.

The web site of this collection has six of the nine stories available. I think Craphound is the best of the bunch. 0wnz0red, which is my favourite of this collection, is available on Salon's web site. [ Place So Foreign and Eight More Stories, A at Amazon.co.uk ]A Place So Foreign and Eight More at LibraryThing ]

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