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Count Zero by William Gibson
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Jun 13, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: 2007, bookcrossed-or-otherwise-set-free, part-of-a-series
Read in April, 2007

From the back cover: "Gibson's vision of the future is stylishly hip and frighteningly probable. From the software black market and the daring keyboard cowboys who plug into systems brain-first for the haute culture of the art world where true genius hides underground like hunted the exclusive realm of the corporate technocrats where members of the brilliant aristocracy need an army of hi-tech, high-paid mercs to make a career move...."

It seems as though that blurb should continue, resolving the sentence, doesn't it? I'll do that.

...Gibson weaves these disparate elements together in a narrative that moves at rocket speeds to its highly satisfactory climax. A great read, and a great novel.

Highly recommended.

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