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<p>#1 <em>New York Times</em> bestselling author Neal Stephenson is, quite simply, one of the best and most respected writers alive. He’s taken sf to places it’s never been (<em>Snow Crash</em>, <em>Anathem</em>). He’s reinvented the historical novel (The Baroque Cycle), the international thriller (<em>Reamde</em>), and both at the same time (<em>Cryptonomicon</em>).</p><p>Now he treats his legion of fans to <em>Some Remarks</em>, an enthralling collection of essays—Stephenson’s first nonfiction work since his long essay on technology, <em>In the Beginning…Was the Command Line</em>, more than a decade ago—as well as new and previously published short writings both fiction and non.</p><p><em>Some Remarks</em> is a magnificent showcase of a brilliantly inventive mind and talent, as he discourses on everything from Sir Isaac Newton to <em>Star Wars</em>.</p>