More encouraging feedback

3 updates in one day – it is getting out of hand, I know…

I have stumbled across two encouraging posts about Jame5 that I would like to share. The first is by Constantin Gonzalez from his BarCamp Munich 2008 summary:

Another great way to think about the future is to read Stefan Pernar’s sci-fi thriller “Jame5 – A Tale of Good and Evil”. This book starts in the best Michael Crichton style and then becomes a deep and thoughtful discussion around the philosophy of the future, when mankind confronts the powers of strong AI. […] Highly recommended.

Secondly Marc Garnaut was kind enough to write about Jame5 on his blog:

I’ve been immersed in a book recently. It’s a fictional story, but it’s based on a lot of scientific fact. A bit like The Matrix or anything in the cyberpunk genre by authors like Neal Stephenson or William Gibson.

Much obliged gentlemen, much obliged indeed. Did I mention that I am still looking for a publisher? Hint! Hint! 🙂


  1. Constantin Gonzalez said,

    February 1, 2010 @ 5:23 am

    Hi Stefan,

    thanks for linking to my BarCamp summary. I didn’t notice it was really my own article after clicking on it :). Heck, and I though I’d missed a session that mentioned your book while I was there…

    So, where does the “Konstantin Pervushin” name come from?

    I’m actually going to write a deeper review soon, although I don’t know any publisher yet (see my PM from today).

    Thanks for sharing Jame5!

  2. Stefan Pernar said,

    February 2, 2010 @ 5:45 am

    Hi Constantin,

    Sorry about that – for some reason I mixed you up with someone else 🙂

    No harm done I hope.

    All the best,


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