Deb Hamel, the reviewing maven at Book Blog, has given The Amadeus Net four out of five stars, and says:
“…the book is well-written, and once one gets into the meat of the story its principals are interesting enough to keep readers’ attention. Perhaps most likeable is the character of Ipolis itself, whose benevolent governance of its residents includes shielding them from incoming missiles, controlling the weather, and spiking the water supply of intimate couples with birth-control drugs unless they’re actively trying to reproduce. The Amadeus Net is not the sort of book that you won’t be able to put down, but you’ll definitely want to pick it up again once you do.”
You can read the entire review here.
While you’re there, you might also want to look into her BAFAB concept, which stands for Buy a Friend a Book, due to begin this October.