William Lexner, on I Hope I Didn't Just Give Away the Ending:
"Infoquake describes a free-enterprise future that may be the most alarming yet, due to its sheer believability .... David Louis Edelman keeps the action coming at a breakneck pace, and despite the lack of SFnal tropes such as interstellar travel and space battles, Infoquake never lacks in excitement. The politics are fascinating, and the day-to-day juggling performed by corporate officers have never been so interesting .... The historical background mapped out by Edelman in the multiple appendices, along with the timelines provided show a world as rich with history as our own, and only rivaled in speculative fiction by J.R.R. Tolkien and perhaps George R.R. Martin. As a softcover first edition, Infoquake seems an obvious frontrunner in the race to win this years Philip K. Dick Award."