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Posted December 29, 2010
New edition shares the untold story of Commodore in great and captivating detail!
This review is for the new 2010 edition of the book. The content in this book has roughly doubled in size but the Amiga specific portions of the latter half of the original have been moved to a future follow up release. The new edition is packed with more interviews and history than you can shake a stick at, and treats people like Chuck Peddle with the same reverence and scope that you'd expect from a book on Steve Jobs or Bill Gates.
I highly recommend this book to those who want to see the unfiltered story of Commodore's importance to the birth of the home computer industry and fans of retro computers and computing history. Even for those who have never owned a Commodore 64 or VIC-20, this book is written in a way that is entertaining until the end.
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Posted November 1, 2011
Great book, very informative!
I have bought and read both of Brian's books about The Rise and Fall of Commodore Computer company. If he writes another one, I'll buy it also. These were very interesting and informative. Keep up the good work, and I do believe a lot of research went in to writing these books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 24, 2010
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