Neromancer

Isn’t it weird how sometimes life throws things at you. I did not know about William Gibson until a few short months ago when a friend suggested I read Neromancer – so I did and I loved it. Now I see that abc.net.au are doing a endnotes on that very book. I have also read Pattern Recognition recently and that is a great book as well… So I thought why not share the love and here is the link the endnotes on Neromancer

Oh the swim front we are off to the pool again tomorrow morning!!! WooT – I am the exercise Machine!!!

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William Gibson…

SF Diplomat has a lot to say about the new William Gibson Novel, read all about it here.

If you are a Gibson fan I would like to know what you think about the comments made here – I have to date only read two Gibson’s Neuromancer and The Difference Engine (with Bruce Sterling). I have heard good things about Pattern Recognition and Spook Country is the sequel to that one…

I suppose once I read them I too can make comment.

But I can see from reading the Raymond E Feist Riftwar series that it gets a little old as time goes past – what was once a great series full of adventure and new exciting polt twists becomes a little boring and stale… but the first books are still great reads after a few times. Why is that? Is it the writer getting old or the material?

Food for thought I guess.

I took a quiz…

Well it didn’t paste so well… So here is the results of ‘Which author’s fiction are you…

Answer…

William Gibson wrote your book. Technology terrifies and delights you.

Which makes me laugh as I am just reading my first Gibson ‘Neromancer’ at the moment – nearly finished. Looking forward to reading more of his stuff as well. hahaha such is life sometimes.