Spook Country

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William Gibson's first new book in four years-like the bestselling Pattern Recognition, a contemporary novel with international implications.
Ian Hodgson
Ha scritto il 09/11/11
Not the BEST Gibson
I've followed Gibson's novels for a few years, and many are the best of their (cyber-punk) genre. 'Neuromancer', and the marvellous Bridge Trilogy are truly inspired. This feels different, and much of the narrative is building up to a mediocre climax...Continua
Pamar
Ha scritto il 21/12/09
A bit on the light side
Not in the sense it's "funny" - but in the sense that in the end not much happens in the book, and while we see some continuity with previous work (through the Blue Ant agency featured in at least a previous book by Gibson), this new "world" does not...Continua
Carlo Amoretti
Ha scritto il 07/11/09
A good read, Gibson has its own style, cryptic at times, condensed in others and more expansive in others still. The story is gripping enough however I found the end a bit anticlimactic.It was my first time reading Gibson, and I expected more.. ...Continua
Hold Your Spin
Ha scritto il 04/05/09
An enjoyable book, but not what I think of when I think of William Gibson. (It's not science fiction. I'm calling it a thriller, but I don't really know if that quite fits. A bit of a spy thriller, I suppose, but not quite.) Anyway, I found the story...Continua
Jon
Ha scritto il 10/09/08

Felt like a cross between Virtual Light and Pattern Recognition. Good, but nothing fantastic.


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