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Neal Stephenson never does anything half way. His 2600-page Baroque Cycle is only the most gargantuan of his prodigious book projects, which also include Anathem and Cryptonomicon. With Reamde, he pulls out the stops again with a 960-page epic about Richard Forthrast, a misfit marijuana smuggler/entrepreneur who becomes ensnared in a money-laundering scheme involving World of Warcraft and Chinese gold farmers. Like Stephenson's other productions, this novel is more addictive than easily describable and is guaranteed to excite his huge voracious fan base.