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Pattern Recognition – William Gibson

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Kate Sherrod in Blogcritics:

    It is science fiction only in its slight extension of what is possible with current digital technology, and that will annoy some purist Gibson fans, but if it wins Gibson a Hugo or Nebula Award, I, for one, will not mind a bit … Even those of you who think they hate science fiction will find something to love in this book.

Chad Orzel in Blogcritics: “Ultimately, the book is more successful in atmospheric terms than more conventional matters of plot. Gibson’s world has a wonderful feel to it, and the writing really sucked me in, but in the end, I’m not convinced the plot really hangs together. But oh, what a wonderful job he does with the atmosphere…”

Cory Doctorow in Mindjack: “It takes a very special eye to summon hindsight in respect of the events of the present, and this is Gibson’s fort√©. Pattern Recognition may not be altogether accurate, but it is oh, so true>.”

Houston Chronicle: “Pattern Recognition is easily Gibson’s best book since Virtual Light.”

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