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An astonishing and assured work,
This review is from: Count Zero (Paperback)
An amazingly prescient piece of writing. Here's a story from the stone age of microcomputing (think Sinclair Spectrum, Commodore, Atari), yet it anticipates many of the trends we see today. And it's not just a techie book; it's structured with real assurance, and the language occasionally verges on the sublime (particularly when Gibson's describing light or colour). This is a book which belongs in the sci-fi canon. I don't give five stars, on principle, but if I did...