By Neal Stephenson, J. Frederick George
From his successful debut with Snow Crash to the beautiful good fortune of his most recent novel, Quicksilver, Neal Stephenson has speedy develop into the voice of a iteration. during this now-classic mystery, he and fellow writer J. Frederick George inform a stunning story with an all-too believable premise.
There's no method William A. Cozzano can lose the approaching presidential election. He's a likable midwestern governor with one insidious advantage—an virtue supplied by means of a shadowy crew of backers. A biochip implanted in his head hardwires him to a automated polling process. The temper of the voters is channeled without delay into his mind. disregard concerns. disregard coverage. Cozzano is greater than the appropriate candidate. He's a distinct impression.
“Complex, wonderful, often funny."—Publishers Weekly
“Qualifies because the sleeper of the 12 months, the infrequent form of science-fiction mystery that inspires real laughter whereas at the same time maintaining the extent of suspense cranked to the max."— San Diego Union-Tribune
“A Manchurian Candidate for the pc age.” —Seattle Weekly