by William Gibson
1984 / 288 pages
read by Robertson Dean 10h 30m
rating 8.5 / classic sci-fi (cyberpunk)

I have had this book on my TBR (to be read) shelf for ages and ages.  Now that Gibson’s new book, Peripheral, is being released (Oct. 28, 2014) I thought I should read his classic.

At first I was really disappointed because,  first,  I’ve only followed Gibson since Pattern Recognition and I’m used to his books being set in a contemporary world with cutting edge techno/cyber stuff.  When a book was written 30 years ago it’s just not going to be that.

Neuromancer is set in a world decades in the future – 2030? – >>>>MORE>>>>

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