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This book is meant to be something you do, not just something you read.The technology in this book is either real or nearly real.
We need to be having this conversation all over the planet.
This book is meant to be part of the conversation about what an information society means: does it mean total control, or unheardof liberty?
It's not just a noun, it's a verb, it's something you do.
The Transport Security Administration maintains a "nofly" list of people who'd never been convicted of any crime, but who are nevertheless considered too dangerous to fly. What's more, kids were clearly being used as guineapigs for a new kind of technological state that all of us were on our way to, a world where taking a picture was either piracy (in a movie theater or museum or even a Starbucks), or terrorism (in a public place), but where we could be photographed, tracked and logged hundreds of times a day by every tinpot dictator, cop, bureaucrat and shopkeeper. If you believe that the answer to bad speech is more speech not censorship then you have a dog in the fight.
A world where any measure, including torture, could be justified just by waving your hands and shouting "Terrorism! If you believe in a society of laws, a land where our rulers have to tell us the rules, and have to follow them too, then you're part of the same struggle that kids fight when they argue for the right to live under the same Bill of Rights that adults have.
I'd always dreamed of having a book just materialize, fully formed, and come pouring out of my fingertips, no sweat and fuss but it wasn't nearly as much fun as I'd thought it would be.
If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one. For any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. Any of the above conditions can be waived if you get my permission More info here: I wrote Little Brother in a whitehot fury between May 7, 2007 and July 2, 2007: exactly eight weeks from the day I thought it up to the day I finished it (Alice, to whom this book is dedicated, had to put up with me clacking out the final chapter at 5AM in our hotel in Rome, where we were celebrating our anniversary).
If you want to be notified when the book goes on sale, just drop me an email at [email protected] the subject line My agent, Russell Galen (and his subagent Danny Baror) did an amazing job of preselling rights to Little Brother in many languages and formats. I'll be updating it as more editions are sold, so feel free to grab another copy of this file ( if there's an edition you're hoping to see, or see for links to buy all the currently shipping editions. Audiobook from Random House: ok A condition of my deal with Random House is that Cory Doctorow/Little Brother/3 "DRM" (Digital Rights Management) systems intended to control use and copying.
That means that you won't find this book on Audible or i Tunes, because Audible refuses to sell books without DRM (even if the author and publisher don't want DRM), and i Tunes only carries Audible audiobooks.
Some stores carried them as special items, imported from the USA, but it wasn't published by a British publisher. Harper Collins UK has bought the British rights to this book (along with my next young adult novel, FOR THE WIN), and they're publishing it just a few months after the US edition, on November 17, 2008 (the day after I get back from my honeymoon! It seems like the entire police and governance system in Britain has fallen in love with DNAswabbing, fingerprinting and videorecording everyone, on the off chance that someday you might do something wrong.
In early 2008, the head of Scotland Yard seriously proposed taking DNA from fiveyearolds who display "offending traits" because they'll probably grow up to be criminals.
The next week, the London police put up posters asking us all to turn in people who seem to be taking pictures of the ubiquitous CCTV spycameras because anyone who pays too much to the surveillance machine is probably a terrorist.