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Bobby Newmark is entirely human: a rustbelt data-hustler totally unprepared for what comes his way when the defection triggers war in cyberspace. Gibson's first novel, Neuromancer, was greeted with hosannas and showered with awards. Count Zero is the sequel to the award-winning. 95 downloads Views KB Size Report. DOWNLOAD EPUB Gibson, William - CyberPunk 2 - Count Zero · Read more. This document is about William Gibson's book Count Zero. The book itself can be found in Cyberpunk Library.

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Count Zero ePub (Adobe DRM) download by William Gibson · Count Zero. William Gibson. Ace, April ISBN: Format: ePub. Our price: $. William Gibson is the author of Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mona Lisa Overdrive, Burning Chrome, Virtual Light, Idoru, All Tomorrow's Parties, Pattern. Neuromancer. Sprawl Trilogy (Series). Book 1. William Gibson Author (). cover image of Count Zero. Count Zero. Sprawl Trilogy (Series). Book 2. William.

Count Zero Title: Count Zero Author: The Sprawl Annotation: Then Hosaka Corporation reactivates him for a mission more dangerous than the one he's recovering from: Turner is the one assigned to get him out intact, along with the biochip he's perfected. But this proves to be of supreme interest to certain other parties—some of whom aren't remotely human.

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As per usual, half the punctuation is missing because of crappy OCR, but even worse, every single one of the full line breaks which indicate a scene change are systematically removed. So you read a line of dialogue and then the very next line is being said hours later, or in a different frame of reference, etc. It follows several interconnected stories: A hacker that is almost killed as he is played into testing an experimental deck and discover that there are strange entities roaming the matrix.

And a small art gallery owner from Paris that is hired by a eccentric trillionaire to find a series of boxes. The language and descriptions here are top-notch. Gibson has an uncanny talent to makes this now retro-futuristic world come alive, along with several interesting and mind-bending themes.

One is how corporations and Big Money end up having a life and will of their own, not only like a living organism, but a colony of different spheres with different agendas that compete among themselves. Another is how artificial intelligences adopt an air of godhood as they incorporate the persona of voodoo gods. Forst Top Contributor: The perfect cyber punk.

Gibson is up there with Asimov, Dick, Clarke, and Herbert. His projections into the future are disturbingly accurate for being written in the 80s. His frenetic writing style also matches the adrenaline that's pumped into the plot of this book.

If you're a sci-fi cyberpunk fan with a tilt towards multiverses, biotechnology, multi-threaded plots and the ilk, then this is the book for you. You don't have to read Neuromancer first, but it definitely helps set the stage for the type of world that Gibson immerses you in.

Very much looking forward to reading Mona Lisa Overdrive next. Also, if you're deciding between this and Neal Stephenson Snowcrash I'd highly recommend the Sprawl trilogy instead. I couldn't put it down and i Paperback Verified Purchase. This is a brilliant novel!

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I couldn't put it down and i finished it in a week. Cyber punk sci fi fans need to get this novel along with Neuromancer and Mona Lisa Overdrive to complete this wonderfully bizarre Sprawl trilogy.

The film the Matrix triology was supposed to an adaptation of these novels, but those movies lack the complexity, the strangeness, and the bizarre atmosphere of this novel Count Zero within its compendium.

If a movie was made about these books the way that Mr. Gibson wrote them people's minds would be blown. These novels are written in a beautiful poetic type of writing, which is unique to science fiction just as the stories are. Gibson writes science fiction like Shakespeare writes a sonnet. You'll enjoy this novel if you value well written fiction, but if you like light and straight forward stories this book is not for you.

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Count Zero is a worthy sequel to "Neuromancer", and is one of those rare works with its siblings that seems almost but not quite prophetic. Gibson's world is similar to ours in oh so many ways, and the corollaries between the Internet of today and his vision of cyberspace in are astonishing.

So maybe it is prophetic after all? This book is really about introducing "The Count" himself, and describing the events that shaped him for the concluding book of this trilogy: The world is fleshed out a bit, and the reader is treated to the unending complexity of Gibson's world.

Although this truly is a setup book, don't let that dissuade you, the characters are awesome, and the story is engaging. I recall reading this years ago, perhaps about the time it appeared on the bookshelves the first time, and being fascinated with it.

Gibson is one of those writers who can write stories about characters and technology in such a way that while central to the story the technology doesn't overwhelm the characters and is abstract enough that even 25 years after he penned the book, it doesn't feel dated or implausible, just different.

Even though the technology in their works is dated or even absurd, the stories still stand and are considered classics. How cool is that?

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