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Virtual Love by Kim Malone Scott
Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. He was certain she was fated to become Married. The Blogosphere thought she took the job because she had sold out and only cared about money.
They felt she was doomed to become Uninteresting. Her business school friends thought she was too late in taking the job.
They thought she was destined to remain Underpaid. Her parents were just glad the weather would be nicer in Mountain View than in New York City, and that she would live in a house with a yard instead of a walk-up with a crazy neighbor. They had given up on grandchildren, and just hoped she would be Happy. The truth is she took the job because Google would let her bring her dog to work.
Her Golden Retriever, Rusty, had no expectations of her. Maybe it was a little bit for her, too. Virginia hoped that Google would be a little bubble of sanity that would allow her to block out the real world and regain composure. The thing that had caused her to lose her composure was just an e-mail. True, it was from Max, the man she had loved, desperately, for ten years. If you had asked her at any point over those years what she wanted more than anything in the world, she would have said, tears in her eyes, it was to marry Max. But, an email?
He proposed via email?? The medium is not the message, she told herself. She tried to focus on the fact that suddenly, the thing she had most wanted was within her grasp. All she had to do was hit reply, type out yes, and she was done. But was she ready to be done? What next? Stick a fork in her?
Would she be gobbled up like a pork roast? She read the message again. March 7, pm From: max thehedge. Will you marry me? I'd be up for it if you would. Let me know. A roaring wave of NO swept over her. She threw the whole computer out the window. The virtual world met the real world with a clarifying crash as the computer smashed the windshield of a car four stories below. Was an understanding of the algorithms behind online dating networks going to liberate Virginia, or drag her into something even more destructive?
Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. More Details Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Virtual Love , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 03, Amy rated it it was ok. I was torn on how to rate this book.
I liked the concept, and I liked the characters. I liked the story built inside a look at Google. I liked the writing style, almost diary like. I mean, I got irrationally angry at the end. Sure, Max was an asshole - but even in his email he said he was trying to reform himself. NoName was supposed to reform!! Not end with a "I'd rather have a wife that knows I'm cheating on her She ends up with George? Sur I was torn on how to rate this book.
Sure, he's a nice guy.
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But there was no growth, there was really no connection. Who is George other than some nice guy from engineering? And Caleb - WTF? That just didn't fit. I get physical attraction, but it dragged on too long for it to suddenly dawn on her that he's not interested.
I guess the rating is really a 2. I would have given it a 3 overall but I really disliked what was under the spoiler tag. Nov 03, Remo rated it it was ok Shelves: , novela , internet. Pues no. Es cierto que la autora sabe escribir, y por eso he conseguido llegar al final, donde parece, parece, que encuentra a su Mr.