Microserfs by Douglas Coupland

This novel is a captivating exploration of the lives of a group of young tech workers in the 1990s, initially employed by a major software company in Silicon Valley, before venturing out to start their own company. Through the format of diary entries, the narrative delves into the personal and professional challenges they face, set against the backdrop of the rapidly evolving tech industry. The story offers a poignant look at the search for meaning amidst the bits and bytes of the digital age, touching on themes of friendship, love, and the quest for identity in a world dominated by technology.

The 6138th greatest book of all time


Published
1995
Nationality
Canadian
Type
Fiction
Pages
371
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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