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One of the appeals of Gibson's work is the vision of technology.
Removed the numerous digressions and asides, what remains is a weak and short story, with characters that I just cannot get involved with.
This novel could have been condensed into a 50-page short story, and nothing would have been lost.
I love William Gibson's writing style. The story is simple but the way it is writen , I think the term is prose.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
First William Gibson I read--20 yars ago. I still think it's great.Published 20 days ago by R. Gallagher
As always William Gibson creates an amazing world which is familiarity but really all so different - quite the adventure.Published 4 months ago by Kim
it is good but not for me. Meaning that is well written, looks entertaining, but I don't like the topic, is not the type of scf I like. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of the challenges of near future fiction is that it so frequently feels dated only a handful of years after publication. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anna
Cyberpunk at its finest. If you like this genre of science fiction, this is or any of Gibsons other works are must reads.Published 8 months ago by Philrn
William Gibson's "Virtual Light" is the first book in his "Bridge Trilogy." As I noted in my review of Idoru, I read this first book after having read the second. Read morePublished 9 months ago by David A. Lessnau
This isn't the best William Gibson novel, but it is still an enjoyable read, and I was glad to read it again on my Kindle. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Winter
Great book! If you enjoyed the Neuromancwr series, give this a run. Computers, humor and violence and no Blue Ant.Published 10 months ago by Pete