PopCo Epub ñ Paperback

✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ PopCo By Scarlett Thomas ⚣ – Qqpkv1.me PopCo tells a story of twenty nine year old Alice Butler a uirky fiercely intelligent loner with an affinity for secret codes and mathematics She works for the huge toy company named PopCo where she c[PDF / Epub] PopCo By Scarlett Thomas Qqpkv1.me PopCo tells a story of twenty nine year old Alice Butler a uirky fiercely intelligent loner with an affinity for secret codes and mathematic.

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10 Comments on "PopCo Epub ñ Paperback "

  • Kali

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo KindleI did enjoy this book I thought I should make that clear now because I mostly want to rant about itThomas used homoeopathy as a plot device in


  • David

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo KindleMy earlier review of this book was unduly vicious I've revised it slightly below and taken Popco off the utter dreck shelf Unfortunately for this book at least she still gets stuck with the 'intellectual con artist' labelScarlett Thomas is the author of The End of Mr Y an impressive book which was highly original and uite entertaining So I had high hopes for Popc


  • Blair

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo KindleThis is the third book I've read by Scarlett Thomas who is uickly becoming one of my favourite modern authors I was introduced to her books by The End of Mr Y very very good and recently read her latest novel Our Tragic Universe absolutely brilliant PopCo came before both originally published in 2004 and repackaged after the success of Mr Y I have to confess that I knew of the author before her most recent books and I think I'd even looked at an earlier version of PopCo and rejected it the very late 90s style brightly coloured covers of Thomas's previous works led me to believe they were either chick lit in the 'ladette' mould or some kind of sl


  • Anita Dalton

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo Kindle PopCo by Scarlett Thomas is one of those books that is a revelation Every now and then I come across a book wherein I know the author’s ideas and beliefs line up so well with mine that it is very nearly eerie PopCo encapsulated so many of my own thoughts that I likely annoyed everyone around me as I recommended this book


  • Amy

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo KindleThis book is about a girl a necklace and some buried treasure But it is also about a worldwide toy company cryptoanalysis and the creation of ideas It's about the factorisation of prime numbers the mass production of milk and the ob


  • Eileen

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo KindlePopCo kind of wants to be Cryptonomicon but shorter and with less discussion of math types of economies and anything else complex than marketing It makes me want never to work at any company larger or corporate than a shoebox That's kind of the point of the book; it ends up literally saying so Th


  • Jo

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo KindleSheer bloody mindedness and disliking not finishing a book made me trundle through this 400 page steaming pile of egregious nonsense It sounds promising the concept is interesting I have a vague interest in codes and there is always a slight creepiness to children's toymaking How wrong I wasLet's start with the main character This woman is an uber hipster can't possibly do anything that anyone anywhere might see as 'cool' but to the point where it actually stops her doing things The first 100 pages are just wandering drivel with what the author assumes is poetic literary prose but what actually comes out is just boring meanderings of a mind that we don't care aboutOnce you hit the 150 mark a few interesting things happen and I'll admit that I got into the story for about 50 pages It's about trying to think like a teenager Alice is hearing children playing when there are no children nearby some interesting people turn up But that 50 pages uickly descends back into non


  • Alexandria

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo KindleThis is a pretty terrible book somewhere between the DaVinci Code and a Babysitter's Club Camp Mohawk Super Special It's not entirely unreadable and in 571 pages has maybe 4 to 5 good lines Plot lines never line up together gratuitous dialogue which is only meant to give exposition and an unhealthy obsession with the amount of fantastic food the heroine can get are wearying I only finished the book because I've been trying to finish every book I start this yearThe writing is almost unforgivably bad in parts as if the author didn't have an editor I would go look up the line but I don't want to anyhow there's a portion that says something like The landscape c


  • Eli Brooke

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo KindleI read this after reading Thomas' recent novel The End of Mr Y which I adored I actually think that PopCo works better as a cohesive whole and I enjoyed it uite a bit though it didn't have uite the same resonance with me in terms of having a specific set of ideas I was excited to read about as Mr Y did I definitely reccomend this one to others though It's got a very strong anti commericalist anti herd mentality anti fashion in all aspects of life bent and that's very good Plus it's got puzzles and mathematical theory packaged into a really engaging and readable narrative


  • switterbug (Betsey)

    PopCo Epub ñ Paperback popco epub, PopCo KindleThis is a love it or hate it book Because of the significant social issues contained in this story such as the mistreatment of animals corporate misdeeds and guerilla marketing this will appeal to socially conscious individuals and those whose principles stand in opposition to the current CEO type establishment But even then counterculture types may still not like it if they don't want to see these issues advanced in a novel That said I applaud Scarlett Thomas for weaving these controversies in without sermonizing and laying on dull exposition Thomas is clearly brainy and imaginative She is subversive without being cynical intellectual without condescend


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