What Was New, Was New

. . . but it wasn't necessarily very good.  Another view of Gibson's Neuromancer, which by the tone of my introduction, you can tell I disagree with.

However, all that really says, is that in all fairness I need to revisit the book and see if my initial impression hold.  They certainly didn't for A Handmaid's Tale, so after a few items are swept off the table, it may be time to revisit Mr. Gibson's opus.  Given the enthusiasm it sparks, I must have missed something.  I may miss it again--that doesn't mean the book isn't worth reading.


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