Neal Stephenson

The book follows a handful of characters through WWII and in parallel their descendants in present times. Drawing parallels and deep contrasts between entrepreneurs of the internet age with soldiers of WWII. The historical accuracy of this book is stunning, and the humanity of the characters is inspiring. A must read for any entrepreneur, this book will put things in perspective for you.

( 1999 ) ISBN: 0-380-97346-4



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