I enjoyed this book when it first came out and am looking forward to revisiting it on my Kindle. It's a great read, with imagery that sticks in your mind long after you have finished the novel. I won't go into plot summaries and spoilers, but if you are into photography, graphic design, and angels, you will find a lot to like in this book, especially as the lead character is a freelancer whose life is spent less on the work and more on navigating his clients (large and small), agent, and the compensation system. Fun stuff.
Although written in 1989, the tech is still interesting and cutting edge. The plot logic and language are the most fantastic elements in the book -- think a 22nd/23rd century "Through the Looking Glass."
And from my quick look, the book formatting has been handled with care, unlike some of the product on the market.