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It's a classic that does not disappoint - the whole trilogy should be read and it would be hard to understand this book without the context of the first two.Published 6 days ago by James A. Brace
Fun read makes you think about the future of the cyber world of the '80sPublished 7 days ago by Fancy doesit
Inevitably I had to compare this to Neuromancer which deserved a re-read for me. In this work I feel like Gibson was trying so hard to say something that there was no opportunity... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Trundlebike
Wish all of Gibson's books flowed as well as this one.Published 3 months ago by Machinery's Handbook
Gibson's best work. Ok, maybe they're all his best, but Mona is my favorite. It's a love story really. Bobby and Angie, Slick and Cherry, Gentry and the matrix, Mona and fame.Published 3 months ago by Kimo
William Gibson is the king of post modern sci-fi and cyber-punkPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really enjoyed this book, as I did the other sprawl Trilogy novels. It also would highly recommend neuromancer.Published 3 months ago by Josh Lappin