All Tomorrow's Parties

All Tomorrow's Parties

eBook - 2003
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Rydell is on his way back to San Francisco. A stint as a security man in a Los Angeles convenience store has convinced him his career is going nowhere, but his friend phoning from Tokyo, says there's more interesting work for him in Northern California. And there is.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2003, c1999
Edition: Berkley Mass market ed
ISBN: 9780786540440
0786540443
9781101146484
1101146486
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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GeoffAbel May 19, 2014

I think this is Gibson's best written book. Sure Neuromancer is cooler, but it took the intervening years for him to find his voice - which is powerful and unique. Some readers may not align with it - oh well.

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waltzingechidna
Sep 22, 2013

This is a must-read for anybody who knows and loves the Bay Area or William Gibson, or who has a fondness for dystopian fiction.

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loudem
Nov 14, 2011

The book seemed promising. I've checked the author's bio, and that seemed very promising. Then why do I feel that I read a dud? From the get go I felt lost in a no man's land. The people populating the book are very interesting but the action motivating them is brain dead. What's the deal with that bridge. What's the deal with the fire at the end. It all seem like a very bad dream. I cannot speak very well of this book. I would stay away. The book comes across as a useless exercise with no direction.

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Sep 22, 2013

waltzingechidna thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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