ljm: You can't beat a mind-bending horror like that. I live for this stuff. read comments

brownbat: People could get different takeaways, but it made me think very deeply about falsifiability, the limits of persuasion, and the thin lines between plausible, reasonable, and likely theories about the world. read comments

chc4: Pattern Recognition also does something special: have you really ever /thought/ about brands and advertising? Lots of commentary on... read comments

modernerd: The audio version narrated by Michael Page is incredible too. I'm on book three and don't want it to end. Incredible voice acting, gripping storyline, and hilarious dialogue. read comments

Morris_Worm: Be prepared to have your mind blown to hell up. No you don't have to be a geek or hold a doctorate in quantum mechanics to enjoy this book. This is something that you will... read comments

real-hacker: I still get goosebumps when thinking about reading this book a few years ago. This man is a master of words. read comments

photon_lines: Great crime story. It shows how small things can make a big difference. A seemingly inconsequential and small prison event where a man spreads a rumor about... read comments

borroka: Yes, it is partly a parody, but I have found many good, inspiring lessons from the characterization of Nicholai Hel. For instance, this paragraph made me deeply reflect on... read comments

aws_ls: Work of fiction by the Japanese best seller author Keigo Higashino. Enjoyable read - contrasts a Physicist and a Mathematician trying to out think each other in a crime context... read comments

psychotik: Well written, engrossing but a typical Stephen King novel read comments