4 edition of The word exchange found in the catalog.
The word exchange
|Statement||edited by Greg Delanty, Michael Matto|
|LC Classifications||PR1508 .W67 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 557 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||557|
|LC Control Number||2010028560|
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by Alena Graedon. A dystopian novel for the digital age, THE WORD EXCHANGE offers an inventive, suspenseful and decidedly original vision of the dangers of technology and of the enduring power of the printed word.
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THE WORD EXCHANGE combines the jaunty energy of youngish adult fiction (boyfriend trouble, parent conflicts, peer pressure and post-collegiate jitters) with the spine-tingling chill of the science-fiction conspiracy genre -- Liesel Schillinger * NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW *