Pattern Recognition

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In a post-9/11 world, the present is as unpredictable as any future... Paid to predict the hottest trends, Cayce Pollard is in London to evaluate the redesign of a famous corporate logo when she's offered a different assignment: find the creator of ...Continua
Wrote 7/18/09

Section 3[return]Society

Wrote 12/11/08
Second Time it's better

This is the second time I'm reading the book.
First I had it in Italian, right when it's been published.

Reading it again now makes pattern emerge better, leaves a warm fuzzy feeling. Recommended.

Wrote 2/9/08

Boring characters, boring plot, terribly uninteresting ending.

Wrote 9/25/07

It's quite funny how, if you read William Gibson books in the sequence they were published, they get closer in time frame to the present day. :)

Terrific female protagonist. Cayce Pollard is an incredible woman and his flaw is pure genius! The way the novel describes hes journey through the assignment is intriguing, since it's supported by the crucial issue of pattern recognition. The line ab...Continua

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