by Nick Name
Publisher: Feedbooks 2008
Number of pages: 48
A collection of tech-fiction short stories. Designed to be a perfect mobile reading for geeks, who from time to time desperately need to recover from tech-related stress, the one which says hello when you don't remember the password to your Gmail account. Or Twitter account. Or both.
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