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User Review  - bibleblaster - LibraryThing

I liked this because I like Gibson's sense of culture and the way that he explores those links between advertising and "product placement" and art and conspiracy and power and...well, I love all that ... Read full review

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User Review  - pamar - LibraryThing

Not in the sense it's "funny" - but in the sense that in the end not much happens in the book, and while we see some continuity with previous work (through the Blue Ant agency featured in at least a ... Read full review

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User Review  - TheAmpersand - LibraryThing

"Spook Country" is only the second Willaim Gibson novel that I've read, and I didn't quite find it to be world-changer that "Neuromancer" was. It's an odd, fractured narrative revolving around a ... Read full review

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User Review  - JohnnyPanic13 - LibraryThing

I love William Gibson. However, I did not love this book. If you haven't read any other William Gibson novels, stay the hell away from this one. Go read Neuromancer, or Pattern Recognition. Those are ... Read full review

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User Review  - JohnnyPanic13 - LibraryThing

I love William Gibson. However, I did not love this book. If you haven't read any other William Gibson novels, stay the hell away from this one. Go read Neuromancer, or Pattern Recognition. Those are ... Read full review

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User Review  - CarloA - LibraryThing

A good read, Gibson has its own style, cryptic at times, condensed in others and more expansive in others still. The story is gripping enough however I found the end a bit anticlimactic.It was my first time reading Gibson, and I expected more.. Read full review

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User Review  - EctopicBrain - LibraryThing

A curious story with a lot of high tech gadgetry and three separate sets of characters that at first don't seem to be related but in the end all intersect. I'm not sure what exactly the story is about ... Read full review

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User Review  - kalyka - LibraryThing

Spooks. They're defined as spies, but also as ghosts, specters of the past. And they seem to be ever-present in this post 9-11 America. Open to the Mondrian Hotel in Los Angeles. Hollis Henry, former ... Read full review

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User Review  - piankeshaw - LibraryThing

While I am a fan of William Gibson, I haven't gotten into Spook Country or Zero History. I did, however, like Pattern Recognition and most of Gibson's "cyberpunk" novels. Spook Country is slow-moving ... Read full review

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User Review  - SadieSForsythe - LibraryThing

The end is significantly better than the beginning. Not my favourite Gibson, but enjoyable. Read full review


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