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‘Brilliant… a delight to read. No one can ever hope to out-Gibson Gibson… A true original’
‘Gibson’s most accomplished book to date, a futurist hybrid of Fleming and Deighton and Bester’
‘Gibson can spin a gripping yarn. He builds up a great head of steam within the first few pages and doesn’t relax until the end’
Times Literary Supplement
‘A chillingly plausible blueprint of the near-future’
Mona's pimp sells her to a plastic surgeon and she's turned overnight into the double of Angie, the famous Hollywood star. The real Angie intuitively understands the deepest secrets of the Matrix. Now Mona as well as Angie is the target of the shadowy Yakuza, the powerful Japanese mafia.
'Gibson's most accomplished book to date, a futurist hybrid of Fleming and Deighton'
'Freshly imagined, compellingly detailed and chilling…Gibson remains, like Raymond Chandler, an intoxicating stylist.'
NEW YORK TIMES
'Gibson distils a technopunk sensibility with a kick of white lightning and the clarity of white light.'
'Gibson's stuff is the reactor-core stream of all tomorrow's parties breathing down your neck today…This man has tapped straight into our collective cultural mainline.'
Absolutely brilliant. Gibson makes most other Sci-Fi writers look like amateurs. Full of ideas and writes like Elmore Leonard - no higher praise in my book.Published 4 months ago by Pedro
By far the best of the three in my opinion. Well structured and thought provoking.Published 12 months ago by Bob Irvine
Great - make sure you read the three books in the right order thoughPublished 12 months ago by I Dawson
1 hour into the book and I considered that the effort (and it was an effort to follow the story) was not worth the time... unfortunately did not grip me...Published 18 months ago by Frank Poveda