Humming with life and very, very funny. -- Scottish Sunday Herald
Jpod is a sleek and necessary device: the finley tuned output of an author whose is thankfully years away. -- New York Times Review of Books --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This is a special Limited edition of 3000 copies.
Each hardback copy is signed by the author and comes in a presentation case together with one of six cube figures based on the characters from J-pod, and manufactured by the cubepeople, Characters include;
Ethan,Bree,John Doe,Cowboy,Kaitlin and Evil Mark.
While I have a collection called 'Have Read'. I don't have a subset labelled 'But Didn't Finish'. According to page numbering, I am exactly half way through, and decided that I've... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rutherbooks
This is classic Coupland. A sequel of sorts to "Microserfs" but this is in a different league altogether. Read morePublished 6 months ago by keen reader
Douglas Coupland is an author who likes to explore the soulless nature of the modern youth. He uses dark humour to do this, but is also prone to over exploring the inner neurosis... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Sam Tyler
I loved this book. It was recommended to me by someone who rarely reads so I thought I had better give it a go. Read morePublished on 6 Aug. 2013 by Rachel
As an influential post-modern author, Douglas Coupland has as many critics as admirers. People often criticise Coupland because his novels are seemingly about nothing, when, in... Read morePublished on 8 Jun. 2013 by Carol A.
If you like Couplands strange stiyle, this is a good, easy read book for a laugh. I would recommend itPublished on 5 Jan. 2013 by Laura
I have never read a book so up itself as this one. Even now, years later it still grates on me. I'd enjoyed some of Coupland's other books (aside from ludicrous endings) but this I... Read morePublished on 10 Oct. 2011 by ChuckieEgg
Jpod is like an extended Dilbert cartoon. It may not be up there with Coupland's very finest, but it's completely on the money in its deciption of the pointlessness of office life;... Read morePublished on 24 May 2011 by John Moseley