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Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Keith Stevenson - Goodreads

There is much to compare between Gibson's impressive return to form, Pattern Recognition, and Spook Country. The latter concerns Hollis Henry ex-band member of 'Curfew' now a freelance journalist who ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Emory - Goodreads

Gibson once again does not disappoint. "Spook Country" continues the alternate history of the present begun with "Pattern Recognition." As with "PR" we are slowly introduced to a tight, multi-threaded ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Jeff - Goodreads

I fell for Pattern Recognition like a shmo dating out of his league. It was so much cooler than I was, and my doorway into that cooler world. I had to run to keep up with the first 50 pages, but I ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Oleg Kagan - Goodreads

It's difficult to read William Gibson without the shadow of the innovative Neuromancer hanging over the experience. In that light, shaded by the aforementioned book, Spook Country is a disappointment ... Read full review

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  - Mike - Goodreads

I have read all of Gibson's novels and collected stories. I have like him from the first book and continue to. This book is different in subtle ways from what I think of as "classic Gibson". It has ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Stan Heller - Goodreads

William Gibson's latest work looks at our current world as a science fiction environment. His attention to detail, to marketing and to the latest hight tech toys manages to give his work the veneer of ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Ron - Goodreads

Gibson weaves another dark mystery from the narrow viewpoints of exotic, solitary characters, as they move through a complex "day after tomorrow" alternate present. We follow an ex-Cuban "spy family ... Read full review

Review: Spook Country (Blue Ant #2)

User Review  - Jen - Goodreads

Although this was generally an interesting read, for me it had some fundamental problems. 1) For the first 50 pages I found myself daydreaming and constantly having to reread bits 2) The contemporary ... Read full review


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