8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Hip writing, cool set-pieces, what's the story again?,
By A Customer
This review is from: All Tomorrow's Parties (Paperback)
I finished it a couple of weeks ago, and it inspired me to re-read Virtual Light (Idoru will be next).
The thing is, while I can remember lots of little facets: ideas, locations, characters, and events, the main thrust of the plot is gone from my mind. Perhaps this is the nature of Gibson :-)
The chapter lengths are *very* short, making for a staccato read. Not a problem, but perhaps that's part of what makes the overall picture so hard to appreciate and remember.
It was nice to meet Rydell and Chevette again, and the bridge was (once more) a fascinating place to visit.