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Susan AdamsFirst-novelist Greenwald is an appealing writer who has a way with similes and metaphors…This counts for a lot in a book that's about the internal awakening of a young man. There are also numerous and specific references to alternative rock music that fans of the genre will enjoy. But ultimately the novel's main conceit—David's virtual life breaking out of his computer and forcing him to confront himself—becomes wearying and overdone.
—The Washington Post