!!> Read ➵ Neuromancer ➹ Author William Gibson – Plummovies.info

!!> Read ➵ Neuromancer ➹ Author William Gibson – Plummovies.info Winner Of The Hugo, Nebula, And Philip K Dick AwardsCase Was The Sharpest Data Thief In The Matrix, Until An Ex Employer Crippled His Nervous System Now A New Employer Has Recruited Him For A Last Chance Run Against An Unthinkably Powerful Artificial Intelligence With A Mirror Eyed Girl Street Samurai Riding Shotgun, He S Ready For The Silicon Quick, Bleakly Prophetic Adventure That Upped The Ante On An Entire Genre Of Fiction


10 thoughts on “Neuromancer

  1. Lyn Lyn says:

    Wow This is a wild ride If you like Philip K Dick s writing and wondered what would happen if you extended his vision into the not too distant future, if you liked Bladerunner, if you liked The Matrix and even if you like all the film and fiction that has made an attempt to be any of the above, you will love Neuromancer.William Gibson said that while wr


  2. Stephen Stephen says:

    Eureka Hallelujah I ve had a wondrous epiphany I finally get itI have seen the light and understanding has dawned Gibson s manifest brilliance has revealed itself to me and I am left humbled and quivering in AWE After a rocky, tumultuous courtship that oscillated between respect and frustration through my first two readings of Neuromancer, number 3 b


  3. Sandi Sandi says:

    For well over 20 years, I have seen copies of William Gibson s Neuromancer on the Sci Fi Fantasy shelves of nearly every bookstore I have gone into I recently decided to pick up a copy and read it I figured a book that s been continuously in print for over twenty years and is considered a ground breaking work in Science Fiction had to be good I figured wrong Ne


  4. Loren Loren says:

    Adapted from ISawLightningFall.blogspot.comThe first time I tried to read Neuromancer, I stopped around page 25.I was about 15 years old and I d heard it was a classic, a must read from 1984 So I picked it up and I plowed through the first chapter, scratching my head the whole time Then I shoved it onto my bookshelf, where it was quickly forgotten It was a dense, m


  5. J.G. Keely J.G. Keely says:

    A lozenge is a shape Like a cube, or a triangle, or a sphere I know that every time he types it, you are going to imagine a cough drop flying serenely by, but it s a shape It s from heraldry for god s sake You may want to look up some synonyms to insert for yourself when he uses it, here are a few diamond, rhombus, mascle Now that the greatest obstacle in Gibson s voca


  6. This Is Not The Michael You& This Is Not The Michael You& says:

    Context Sometimes the key to understanding something is context And never is that the case than with the book Neuromancer Neuromancer is a very famous, genre creating changing book, winner of many awards I m reading Neuromancer for the first time while not quite done, I find the story to be decent and the writing to be ok As just a book that I am reading, I


  7. Evgeny Evgeny says:

    DNF at 61%.I am sorry, I really am I tried really hard to finish it and made an attempt to resume reading after a break I understand the huge influence the novel had on science fiction practically creating cyberpunk genre and introducing several words now in mainstream use I fully acknowledge it Let me say what was wrong with it in my opinion.If there was ever a victim of its


  8. E.B. E.B. says:

    Wow What a terrible book.First, let me just say that I read for entertainment value Anything else that happens is gravy That being said the biggest reason this book is so awful is that Gibson s characters are completely hollow Gibson makes it up as he goes along He ll introduce a character, barely describe him and then 10 chapters later toss in another description As if to say Oh,


  9. Catie Catie says:

    I am going to have to admit that I was utterly confused by the majority of this book I mean, His eyes were eggs of unstable crystal, vibrating with a frequency whose name was rain and the sound of trains, suddenly sprouting a humming forest of hair fine glass spines How s that again Eggs of humming rainforest glass No Normally I would read a sentence like that and just throw i


  10. s.penkevich s.penkevich says:

    I was watching Jeopardy a few weeks ago when I first heard of Gibson Technology for 200 I coined the term cyberspace and the next morning on my commute to work I heard another allusion to the Canadian author on NPR A few days later, someone recommended I read Neuromancer so seeing as the stars were seemingly aligning to place a Gibson novel at the top of my to read list, I went out and bo


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