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Virtual Light by William Gibson
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May 31, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: science-fiction

This book is not as tight as Neuromancer or Count Zero (I thought Mona Lisa Overdrive was terribly disappointing), but I still have a powerful affection for it because I read it on the train between Bratislava and Krakow and was deeply inspired by the surroundings. It brings up great memories for me, and overall I think its first 20-30 pages are totally beyond brilliant. The rest of it I found very enjoyable, but again, I didn't think it was as spot-on as Gibson's first two novels. Good fun, interesting ideas, generally a great novel.

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