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The System of the World In This Concluding Volume Of Neal Stephenson S Epic Work, Half Cocked Jack Shaftoe Must Escape The Noose Of Jack Ketch The Rivalry Between Newton And Leibniz Comes To A Head And Daniel Waterhouse Pursues His Dream To Build The Logic MillThe Baroque Cycle, Neal Stephenson S Award Winning Series, Spans The Late Th And Early Th Centuries, Combining History, Adventure, Science, Invention, Piracy, And Alchemy Into One Sweeping Tale It Is A Gloriously Rich, Entertaining, And Endlessly Inventive Historical Epic Populated By The Likes Of Isaac Newton, William Of Orange, Benjamin Franklin, And King Louis XIV, Along With Some Of The Most Inventive Literary Characters In Modern FictionAudible S Complete And Unabridged Presentation Of The Baroque Cycle Was Produced In Cooperation With Neal Stephenson Each Volume Includes An Exclusive Introduction Read By The Author


10 thoughts on “The System of the World

  1. says:

    We are all up to somethingNeal Stephenson, The Baroque Cycle, Vol 3, Book 3This is the end Beautiful end Assayed The end The eighth and final book of this series, which also shares the same name as the final volume of this series The System of the World This final book in an eight book se


  2. says:

    My least favourite of the three novels in The Baroque Cycle Not as heady as Quicksilver, not as exciting as The Confusion About 100 pages too long.Climax took place about 150 pages from the end That s one loooooong denouement I hope Stephenson is planning to connect the events of this trilogy to Cr


  3. says:

    I am finding it hard to believe that I finally finished the Baroque Cycle, but here we are the 5 stars review is only partly for this book, which was nevertheless excellent, butso for the author s incredible achievement in creating this vivid universe, where fiction and history blend seemlessly, along with s


  4. says:

    What an amazing ride it s been 8 books covering the events of the late 17th to the early 18th century through the eyes of amazing characters It sure has been extraordinary to live through these.The characters are well constructed, the story is extensive, so vast that it mirrors reality, the language is jaw dropping bu


  5. says:

    WOW what a huge and epic saga in one human life span we went from Aristotelian physics to Newtonian from Alchemy to chemistry from coins that were worth their weight in that metal to bills of exchange it was the birth of modern science and so muchI m overwhelmed trying to write a review just blown away by the scope and majesty


  6. says:

    The 5 star rating is for the whole Baroque Cycle A immense work of fiction describing the birth of the modern world as we know it.This is the very satisfactory conclusion to the whole series, a little bittersweet after following Jack, Eliza, Daniel and so many others for so long.Maybe this is the time also to praise the spectacular audio


  7. says:

    Sorcery, trickery, machinery and coinage all come together to a fitting end to the series I really enjoyed Quicksilver overall, the mix of craziness and fun with real history drew me in and made me feel like I was both learning things while being thoroughly entertained.


  8. says:

    Highly recommended.


  9. says:

    This is the concluding book 8 of Neal Stephenson s epic Baroque Cycle 3rd book of volume 3 as originally published Finally in this book Newton and Leibniz are placed in the same room and told by Princess Carolyn to resolve their differences As depicted in this book, the calculus issue is hardly mentioned at all The main differences that appear to be contentious are i


  10. says:

    So this is science fiction author writing tremendously accurate historical fiction Shelving it among sci fi is not completely off, but most of the reasons for this are so subtle that you probably won t notice any of them it would help actually living at the times when the books are taking place The plot is taking partor less sometime between 1660 and 1730 and is concerned with


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