Media praise for Land of Lisp

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"Land of Lisp is an excellent book for someone who wants to learn how to program, for web programmers who want to move up out of their niche and start learning about CS theory and systems programming, and for anyone who is puzzled about what really goes on behind the web and wants to learn what web programming is really about."
-- Vladimir Sedach, Slashdot.org

"With Land of Lisp, the power of functional programming is yours to wield."
-- Steve Brock, Stevo's Book Reviews

"Although, I was able to read only the first few chapters, I can definitely say that if you want to learn the LISP language and have fun at the same time, you need this book."
-- Raj Jammalamadaka, BayPIGgies

"Purporting to be a book that teaches programming, in this case LISP, through games, and it does that to varying extents throughout, the beauty of the book is both its laid back style and its breath of topics." Full Review >
-- Marc Zucker, theknowingmind.blogspot.com/

"As a programmer, I have always been curious about Lisp even though I have never used it in courses or even on hobby projects. This book seemed like a great way to get an intro to the language." Full Review >
-- Dylan Scott, shredcode.com

"Anyone who has tried their hand at functional programming knows it necessitates a different way of thinking. This mindset shift invariably takes some time to accomplish. Many give up before the proverbial light bulb is illuminated." Full Review >
-- David Briddock, davidbriddock.blogspot.com/