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User Review  - AltheaAnn - LibraryThing

Gibson is a pretty consistently excellent writer - mostly because of his ability to take potentially mundane subjects and write about them in ways that make them seem fascinating, exotic - and "cyber ... Read full review

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User Review  - themulhern - LibraryThing

A very enjoyable book. The ruminations of the junkie character are often amusing. The reference to Morrissey is funny and the technological and cultural descriptions are pleasant. Bigend's comments ... Read full review

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User Review  - jefware - LibraryThing

It was hard to get into but it grows. It is a timely piece about governments and private contract black ops. Mostly it is a story about three people in this modern world. Read full review

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User Review  - SaintBrevity - LibraryThing

I read Pattern Recognition when it came out and swore that Gibson couldn't get any better. Mr. Gibson, I humbly apologize for doubting you; words alone cannot express the depth of my inaccuracy. Read full review

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User Review  - pwoodford - LibraryThing

This was my first William Gibson novel. It certainly won't be my last. Well-developed characters, good dialog, evocative urban scenes, an interesting plot, a very satisfying wrapping up of threads at ... Read full review

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User Review  - jshrop - LibraryThing

I thouroughly enjoyed William Gibson's latest offering, Spook Country, in this movement, like Pattern Recognition, away from what we traditionally think of as "cyberpunk". This novel combines the ... Read full review

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User Review  - PghDragonMan - LibraryThing

William Gibson seems to be writing the history of cyberspace in a non-linear fashion, where the chronology of his writing is the opposite of his timeline. His early works, from the era of Count Zero ... Read full review

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User Review  - fojxl1 - LibraryThing

Really polished prose. Not a word out of place. As he gets further away from cyberpunk, his writing gets better and better, more precise, more economical. Really beautiful words, even though not a great deal happens. Still a great book though. Read full review

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User Review  - lorelorn_2007 - LibraryThing

Many science ficiton authors show us the supposed wonders of the future. Gibson does better by showing us the wonders of the present, of the future we are living in now. Secret spy netorks, global ... Read full review


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