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Little Brother by Cory Doctorow

Tags

2008 - Campbell Memorial Nominee - Campbell Memorial Winner - Cory Doctorow - creative commons - hacking - Hugo Nominee - novel - San Francisco - surveillance - terrorism - Tor Teen -

Links

  • Review: MentatJack
  • Purchase: Amazon
  • Read Online: Author's Website
  • Other: Worlds Without End
  • Interview: Adventures in SciFi Publishing
  • Recommendations



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