Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Spook Country

Just finished William Gibson's latest, Spook Country, and I loved it. Seriously, probably my favorite of his. His previous book, Pattern Recognition, I also enjoyed a lot, but it almost seemed too normal. In Sppok Country, Gibson returns to a weird, nebulous feel more like his earlier books, but still writing within the framework of the real world. Don't think I'll even try to summarize - if you've liked Gibson in the past, I think you'll love this. If you've never read him, I probably won't get you to pick this one up anyway.

Book 58

1 comment:

SnowLeopard said...

No summary? But then how will I know what happens in the book if you don't tell me? How am I supposed to be a good reference librarian if you don't fill me in? I guess I'll just have to refer these patrons to you instead of answer their questions myself... (Ha ha! Make you do my work for me!) :)