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Review of “Neuromancer” by William Gibson

Buckle up, your in for a trip. Neuromancer by William Gibson is a fast paced thrill ride that holds up incredibly well, long after its creation, and this reviewer honestly does not see any signs of aging on the horizon. This can only be achieved through great forethought, and delicate speaking. I know what you are thinking, William Gibson is far from a delicate speaker. This is a novel that pounds at you that shoves you before you get your bearings and keeps you lost in the dark with just a glint of light at the end of the tunnel. But, for all this, the words he uses to describe the technology and the inner workings of his world are very careful, very deliberate, and as delicate as a flower. Continue reading Review of “Neuromancer” by William Gibson