Many Amiga users will have a genuine interest in this new book which covers the history of Commodore, as this mother company played such a vital role in the rise of the Amiga platform.
The author, Brian Bagnall has adopted an intriguing approach as he tells the story of Commodore through first-hand accounts by the actual Commodore engineers and managers who made the company.
The book focuses on characters such as Jack Tramiel, the volatile founder of Commodore, Robert Yannes, designer of the Commodore64, and George Robbins, designer of the Amiga 500.
The reaction to the book has been on the whole positive as users read their way through over six hundred pages. Robert Bernardo, President of the Fresno Commodore User Group said, “Very well-written! I'm impressed at how you've gathered so much information and put it into a readable form”. One user on Amiga.org simply said, “Got mine yesterday, definitely worth the money”.