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From the PublisherJohn Marshall Seattle Post-Intelligencer Daisey's raucous tales of a self-professed dilettante inside the Internet pressure cooker...possess the ability to provoke horror and cosmic giggles, especially among those who reside outside dot-comland.
Glenn Fleishman The Seattle Times A well-written, fast-paced piece of gonzo biography...elegiac and wry.
Nick Wingfield The Wall Street Journal 21 Dog Years has the wry sensibility of David Sedaris.
Walter Kirn author of Up in the Air A modern Dickensian fable of pointless toil inside an industrial madhouse. Too funny not to be accurate, too heartbreaking not to be true.