Ryan's Reviews > Void Star
Apr 25, 2017
Neuromancer updated to the 21st century. Our Case-analog is a sort of AI therapist, or translator, or envoy of humanity. She comes equipped with a risky and extremely rare neural implant that includes wireless Net access and extensive hacking capabilities, as well as a nearly bottomless perfect-fidelity memory store filled with every moment experienced since the moment of installation. The characters are diverse, and the AIs suitably inscrutable and disinterested in the physical realm. The prose is brilliantly evocative, though a bit measured, and, perhaps, equipped with too many commas.
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April 25, 2017 – Shelved