Reviews

  • Brainy book that will rock your world

    Evening Standard
  • Absolutely amazing

    Jon Snow, Channel 4 News
  • An email-like, culturally-perceptive exploration of our digital realities... a mix between a dystopian modern glossary, Internet memes, multiple-choice dropdowns, mindsourced images and a fair bit of wisdom, it is a self-help book for the "last generation that will die"

    AnOther Magazine
  • A philosophical Anarchist Cookbook for the online era, when we are in touch with everyone at once all the time, or like to feel that we are... Like Marshall McLuhan's iconic dictum "the medium is the message" or the staccato bursts of meaning of George W.S. Trow's essay-book In the Context of No Context, The Age of Earthquakes is an abstract representation of how we feel now about how we are now. It's a book insistently engaged with the present tense... Perhaps it is the 21st century's first book-meme

    Pacific Standard
  • Many of us feel like technologies of the future are arriving too slowly, but a new philosophy-cum-modern-self-help book suggests that, in fact, it's dawning on us faster than we ever thought possible

    Vice
  • A pocket-sized primer on our blossoming obsolescence

    Kate Sutton, Art Forum
  • Age of Earthquakes = panic-inducingly addictive

    Penny Martin, editor of The Gentlewoman
  • It's a fun, visual and easy read. Verdict: In the future all books will be written this way

    Sultan Saood Al Qassimi
  • An abstract representation of how we feel about our digital world

    Hello!
  • I don't know about you but I would very much like a guide to this brave new world

    Huck