"Masterful character descriptions and moments of drama. Auletta seems to understand the essence of Gates. In Auletta’s hands, the master of Microsoft emerges as a hypercompetitive untamable adolescent." –Chicago Tribune
"Auletta painstakingly re-creates the broader context of the conflict… [and] presents both sides’ points of view. World War 3.0 serves to clarify complex issues that could be resolved in any number of ways." –New York Times
"Splendid… I cannot recall a book written about a complex civil trial that describes it as completely and compellingly."–Floyd Abrams, Brill’s Content
From the Trade Paperback edition.