Reviewed by Deane Barker tags: fiction, science-fiction

An entertaining novel about a corrupted political campaign in the then-future year of 1996. A political candidate gets a microchip implanted in his head, which is used to control his actions while at the same time interpreting real-time feedback from the public. Easy reading with a solid amount of tension. Never been a huge fan of Stephenson, but I enjoyed this.

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Neal Stephenson

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