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The fast, action packed plot kept me turning pages well into the night.
I try not to dwell on this kind of thing but there really are a great deal of minor grammatical, spelling, and punctuation errors throughout.
I definitely enjoyed it enough to read the next book in the series, and wish Mr. Ballard well in his future writings.
Not sure how I happened upon this one, I think an algorithm figured out that if I dug China Mieville's The City The City then I'd dig this, you dig? Read morePublished 8 months ago by Patrick Sherriff
Artemis Bridge is a man with connections. He’s the guy who knows a guy and he sells his connections to those that have a need and the cash. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Hungry Monster
A great introduction to a new cyberpunk LA. It's cyberpunk but not too intimidating for readers new to the style. I enjoyed this very much.Published 14 months ago by Capricorn
Interesting take on the Cyberpunk ethos. Or more likely the lack of ethos (until they are beaten into the character by outside forces) I look forward to reading the others in the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by William Clemo
I was pleasantly surprised. The writing was above average and the character depth was decent. A good effort, and I enjoyed reading it.Published 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
First off, this is not really a cyberpunk novel.
Except for a single chapter happening in "cyberspace", this could have happened anywhen in the twentieth century (with no need... Read more
Ending a novel is so hard, but its so necessary when you are a writer. So many times writers end a novel and then feel they have more to say, so they throw up this epilogue that... Read morePublished 22 months ago by David Durtschi
If you want fun near-future cyberpunk at a bargain price, pick this up. If you're pretty sure you'll like it (and you probably will), then you might want to go for The Bridge... Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by Walter K. Humfeld
I started Garry Ballard's novels with this one, read all of them after. The main character is somehow someone you can identify yourself with, even if he is a total bastard. Read morePublished on February 13, 2013 by Yves D.