Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 2008
Publisher: Berkley Books
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Literary Fiction
, Spy Thriller
Series: Blue Ant (#2)
Non è il Gibson di Neuromante, okay, ma a me Guerreros è piaciuto.Paranoico al punto giusto, con un finale deliziosamente ironico che mi è piaciuto tantissimo. La narrazione a capitoli alterni devo ammettere che è un po' irritante, finché non ci si è fatto l'occhio.Ma, una volta penetrato il meccani...
I struggled to find a reason to give this 3 stars and... I couldn't. Because the first book in the series, Pattern Recognition, was okay, and I gave it 3 stars, and this book just... did nothing for me. Usually 2 stars means I actively disliked or was annoyed by a book (as opposed to 1 star, which m...
I think most folks come to know William Gibson’s works through his cyberpunk books like Neuromancer. The Blue Ant Trilogy is some of his latest work and this is my second Gibson book. I have been mightily impressed and entertained by his writing so far that I have added all his works to my TBR mount...
I haven't read any Gibson in a while. It was a pleasant read, skipping quickly between 3 sets of characters who will, of course, sort of, meet up. Spooks come in different flavors, from creepy kidnapper to magnate to ex-rock star. They all kept themselves aloof, as spooks will, and it was never v...
I remember when William Gibson first appeared in print and the subsequent big splash that followed. Although the sentences could make an english teacher wince, cyberpunk became known to one and all. Fast forward to the present and the lack of science fiction in his latest works, and the feel is diff...
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