Eastern Standard Tribe Review

I finished reading Eastern Standard Tribe last night, and what a read that was.

As I said before, I didn’t really know what to expect before I started reading it, but the first pages gave me some high expectations, and well the book exceeded those expectations.

It’s a really fun read, and I love the way Cory portrays the future and makes it so close, so true and so believable.
I actually share the same vision he has and expect much of the same things to happen.

Also, now that I’m done with the book, the whole idea of a tribe choosing a certain time zone to live in instead of their time zone is really cool and makes a lot of sense.

Cory’s writing style is so catching and indulging. He keeps you inside of the story all throughout the book and paints the world it’s happening in around you.
This is really one of the best books I’ve read lately.

If you’re into futuristic fiction, this is a must.

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Eastern Standard Tribe

I just downloaded Cory Doctorow’s book Eastern Standard Tribe yesterday, and started reading it late last night and early this morning.

Even though I’m still in the first pages of the book, It’s really caught my attention, and I can’t wait to read more.
I like the style it’s written in, and the flow it’s going through.

It’s supposed to be a sort of futuristic fiction about a new kind of social group emerging that chooses to abandon its local standard time to live and work in stop with another more desirable one.
I didn’t think that was interesting really when I read it, but when I gave the book a chance and read the first few pages, the style it’s written in captured me.

I will most probably blog again about this when I get deeper into it.

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