Alexander Romano Romano from Sulino, Poland
In a more traditionally structured innovative, Douglas Coupland makeups a picture of the quiet dolt desperation in the pre-dotcom days in Silicon Valley. It follows a group of soul mates as they quit their sluggard jobs at Microsoft to create their own bill, display it, succeed, and still try to deal with their growing lifetstyles. It definitely plays to Coupland's muscles of realistic element and capturing the personality and idosynchroses of his characters. He cares for all of them and really humanizes them to the proofreader. Even if you aren't the most technologically minded person in the race, you can still relate to the heroes. However, if you are a portion of a nerd, you will certainly appreciate the little minutiaes Coupland puts into his work.