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Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - JBedient - Goodreads

I don't want to knock Gibson. I really don't. Back in the day I really enjoyed Neuromancer and The Difference Engine, as well as other works and some of his short stories, but here with Spook Country ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Wealhtheow - Goodreads

Set in the same world as Pattern Recognition. Hollis Henry, former singer for a 90s band with a cult following, is now a freelance journalist. While investigating an underground art scene, she ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Eric - Goodreads

This was the most elegantly written bad book I have read in a long time. As usual, Gibson's use of language was excellent and evocative. He clearly researched his topics. The problem comes from the ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Enrique Ramirez - Goodreads

I was disappointed by this book. William Gibson, touted as a writer with ideas, handles the conceptual with a surprising lack of deftness. In one sense, this book is about name-checking pop culture ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Saadiq Wolford - Goodreads

I understand Gibson's statement that he can no longer write science fiction because he can't picture what shape the future will take. But that doesn't explain how an author who once depicted such an ... Read full review


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