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A Journey into the Savage 
Heart of Silicon Valley

by Corey Pein

A scathing, sardonic exploration of Silicon Valley tech culture, 
laying bare the greed, hubris, and retrograde politics of an industry 
that aspires to radically transform society for its own benefit.

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“In the spirit of George Orwell’s Down and Out in Paris and London, Corey Pein takes us on a gonzo misadventure through the underbelly of Silicon Valley...A helluva ride.”

—Joe Hagan

author of Sticky Fingers

“There’s no app that can save us. But this book can at least wake us up to the dystopian future under construction.”

—Astra Taylor

author of The People’s Platform

“Pein’s absurdly funny journey is a Through-the-Looking-Glass tale for the dying days of tech utopianism.”

—Angela Nagle

author of Kill All the Normies

“You sleep in a pantry because you can’t afford a real apartment. You exploit yourself, destroy your health, and ruin the lives of millions when you finally succeed. Silicon Valley, the capitalist miracle. That is the American nightmare as Corey Pein brilliantly describes it, and it is not a work of the imagination. This is really happening, and soon it will be happening to you.”

—Thomas Frank

author of Listen, Liberal and What’s the Matter with Kansas?

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