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Grasping for the Wind Praises “Infoquake”

I’m putting the finishing touches on my website redesigns, and I’ve been enjoying the scenery in Sedona, Arizona, which is why I haven’t been posting much here lately. But here’s one nice quick bit of news… the Grasping for the Wind Science Fiction and Fantasy Reviews blog has posted a rave review for Infoquake:

Infoquake trade paperback coverDavid Louis Edelman has recreated the excitement of the world of business in his science fiction novel, Infoquake… Edelman has succeeded in making the world of the corporate boardroom into an adventure filled narrative. What John Grisham has done with the legal thriller, Edelman has done with business. Drawing on his experiences in marketing and computer programming, Edelman has created a very thorough world, consistent and detailed…

Infoquake is well-written and well-cadenced. The climax is fulfilling and exciting, yet it is only a speech, and a marketing one at that. Edelman has so well woven the elements of his plot together that Natch’s simple speech has as much power and excitement to it as another science fiction story’s destruction of a spaceship or a fantasy’s evil overlord dying hideously at the hands of a hero. That takes skill to write, and Edelman has it in spades. I highly recommend this novel.

I’ll use this occasion to remind folks out there that review copies of Infoquake are still available from Pyr. In fact, given that MultiReal will be hitting the stores in a few months (not to mention the mass market version of Infoquake from Solaris), this would be an excellent time to start requesting review copies of both Infoquake and MultiReal.

(Questions about review copies? That’s why Al Gore invented email.)

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  1. John on April 9, 2008 at 3:05 pm  Chain link

    Glad you liked it enough to mention it here! i hope it helps boost sales, you deserve it.

    John – Grasping for the Wind

  2. David Louis Edelman on April 9, 2008 at 3:08 pm  Chain link

    Thanks!

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