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This book is part of the Pattern Recognition/Spook Country set of novels.
I said I wasn't going to spoil the ending, and I won't, but I will just say that it all seems to fall apart at that point.
Development of the plot was achingly slow and there was little to keep the listener (or reader) interesting.
This is the final book in the Blue Ant trilogy and the latest novel that Gibson has published to date. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by David K. Wilder
Looks like this #book appeared the longest read ever for me: 2+ years %) It's pretty special and well written as usual by Gibson, no time at all and pretty complicated language are... Read morePublished 29 days ago by real7a
Thankfully Gibson got this out of his system in time to write The Peripheral.
No vestiges of SF, cyberpunk, Neuromancer, or creativity remain in this book. Read more
All you naysayers have missed the point of this trilogy; a continually maturing creativity has this writer leaving his invention of cyberpunk in the dust. Read morePublished 4 months ago by G Edward B
Pointless drivel. I remember reading rather more interesting stuff back in the 1990's from the author, but this was a chore to wade through. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Let me prefix this by saying, I'm not familiar with the earlier parts of the trilogy,
Fantastic style, observations, writing talent. Read more
I've been reading William Gibson since "Neuromancer" came out. Every time I pick up a new Gibson book, I am jolted by his writing style. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Glaviano