Cory Doctorow is a science fiction author, activist, journalist and blogger - the co-editor of Boing Boing and the author of many books: In Real Life, a graphic novel; Information Doesn't Want to Be Free, a book about earning a living in the Internet age; and Homeland, the awardwinning, bestselling sequel to the 2008 YA novel Little Brother. Cory has been on the frontline of international debates on privacy, copyright and freedom of information for over a decade.
PRAISE FOR LITTLE BROTHER: 'A wonderful, important book ... I think it'll change lives' Neil Gaiman. 'One of our most important science fiction writers' Kim Stanley Robinson. 'The right book at the right time from the right author - and, not entirely coincidentally, Cory Doctorow's best novel yet' John Scalzi. 'Everything we've come to expect from Cory Doctorow and more' William Gibson. 'I couldn't put it down, and I loved it' Jo Walton. 'What pushed Attack Surface above other near future and technothrillers is its social consciousness and Doctorow's commitment to knowing his subject matter. I don't think I have read another piece of fiction that has informed me as much as this one about real-world technology. The writing style and character development is enough to satisfy any reader of speculative fiction but for those that like their fiction tech heavy, they will love it' SF Book Reviews.