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on 15 January 2002
Stephen Fry starts the book off with a wonderfully intellectual style of writing that had me hooked. However, as the book progresses he seems to have become impatient or bored and the years fly by with nothing to show but waffle. What's more, to jump on the shortlived and over-hyped dot-com boom bandwagon is unfortunate, as it immediately dates the book and shows up a naivety in Fry's writing that could otherwise have passed unnoticed. Finally, the end result left me ultimately dissatisfied as it is as boring as it is predictable.
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