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Turner, corporate mercenary, wakes in a reconstructed body, a beautiful woman by his side. Then Hosaka Corporation reactivates him for a mission more dangerous than the one he's recovering from: Maas-Neotek's chief of R&D is defecting. 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.

Bobby Newmark is entirely human: a rustbelt data-hustler totally unprepared for what comes his way when the defection triggers war in cyberspace. With voodoo on the Net and a price on his head, Newmark thinks he's only trying to get out alive. Until he meets the angel.

A stylish, streetsmart, frighteningly probable parable of the future.

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Excelent!
August 19th, 2015
After beeing pesented to the Sprawl, ciberspace and all the amazing and desorienting world in Neuromancer, I got anxious to plug again into the matrix. Count Zero doesen't disapoints! It is a whole new story, but, after some pages, you start to see the connections to the first book and a glimpse off the developments of the plot from the end of Neuromancer. Somewhat difficult for not native english speakers, but a built in dictionary helps.
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Great book, but don't buy it from Kobo
June 6th, 2015
This is an excellent book, but the Kobo version has missing commas and periods almost on every page, and the font and justification isn't adjustable in the ereader. Get it from your library if you can, for free at that.
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May 19th, 2014
If you're a fan of cyberpunk, this is one for you.
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The master of cyberpunk
April 5th, 2013
As good as I remembered it to be! Read it in high school in the '90s and it really resonated with me. Even in our digital age, which surpasses Gibson's vision in some respects, it's still fun to read and doesn't feel anachronistic at all.
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