The Peripheral

periphgibsThe Peripheral
by William Gibson
2014 / 486 pages
read by Lorelei King 14h 5m
rating: 4/10 / sci-fi

This book is very disappointing in general and at close to 500 pages it’s way too long.   I love Gibson’s “cutting edge” books, especially  the “Bigend Trilogy,” and too bad, so sad, this is NOT the same.   The Peripheral is much more old school science fiction partially set in a dystopian fantasy with gadgets and lingo galore.  It’s typical Gibson in that there are several plot threads which come together late in the book and a few of the characters are compelling. >>>>MORE>>>>

 

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