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Cheap Complex Devices by John Sundman February 23, 2015

Posted by stuffilikenet in Awesome, Books, Brain, Brilliant words, Geek Stuff, Mutants.
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Cheap Complex Devices is a lovely slap on the head by the wet fist of surrealism.  It is a frothy coffee-like concoction with tentacles sticking out of it, and they are made of licorice.  Mmmmm…licorice.  And it is the story of the first (two) book(s) written by intelligent machines and delightfully complex and confusing. Cheap Complex Devices makes your sanity sit up and take notice, your grip on reality double its fists and say "Come at me! I can dish it out, too!"

I do love a book which confounds my expectations, and Cheap Complex Devices delivers.

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