Publish date: September 7th 2010
Publisher: Berkley Books
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Blue Ant (#3)
Gibson has an amazing way of writing about the recent past in a way that makes it sound like the future....a fun little caper through secret brands, clothing fetishes, cool hunting, and the financial collapse of Iceland. Vintage Gibson. The ride is fabulous; at the end, one is somewhat left wonderin...
Fast paced thriller
Interesting: Despite having a lower Gooodreads rating than Pattern Recognition, I liked Zero History far better. Maybe Gibson's style finally grew on me, but I don't think it's just that. There's a bit more depth here, less empty hype (to me, at least).I skipped Spook Country (Blue Ant #2) for the s...
William Gibson continues the odd, twisty, fashion-saturated world of Hubertes Bigend in this third book of the Bigend series.I do believe this was my favorite book of the trilogy. Milgrim’s new body and clear mind allows his character to grow and respond in new ways to the various situations he find...
Hollis Henry, an ex-punk rockstar, is called in to do another job for Hubertus Bigend and his PR company Blue Ant. This time, he wants her find out who designs a particularly underground clothing label. Assisting her will be Milgrim, the ex-junkie who can translate Russian (this is seriously his o...