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Die Neuromancer-Trilogie by William Gibson

Die Neuromancer-Trilogie (original 2000; edition 2010)

by William Gibson

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Title:Die Neuromancer-Trilogie
Authors:William Gibson
Info:Heyne Taschenbuch (2010), Paperback
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Neuromancer Trilogy: Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mona Lisa Overdrive by William Gibson (2000)

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    rrees: Gibson's global world of dirty cities and high technology are generally more optimistic that that of the Windup Girl but the styling is similar and the weaving stories of people and corporate interests are similar.

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Omnibus van drie romans uit de 'cyberpunk'-science fiction. Dit is SF die gebaseerd is op de toekomstige mogelijkheden van de informatietechnologie. Ze speelt zich af in een supersnelle samenleving van metropolen die halve continenten omspannen, een economie die geheel beheerst wordt door enkele multinationals en een communicatietechnologie die de hele aarde omspant. Plaats van handeling is voor een groot deel de 'matrix-ruimte', d.w.z. de microscopische wereld van computerprogramma's en -bestanden. 'Zenumagier' gaat over een man die illegaal opereert in een internationaal netwerk; 'Biochips' over een jongen die als 'computercowboy' allerlei netwerken afstroopt; 'Mona Lisa Overdrive' over een misdadiger die zich genesteld heeft in een netwerk. Alle drie de romans gelden als klassiek in de sf-wereld, maar de waardering ervoor is natuurlijk sterk afhankelijk van de interesse van de lezer in de informatietechnologie. Zie voor afzonderlijke aanbiedingen a.i.'s 90-04-127-5, 90-30-185-4 en 91-28-178-4. Normale druk.

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Here is the novel that started it all, launching the cyberpunk generation, and the first novel to win the holy trinity of science fiction: the Hugo Award, the Nebula Award and the Philip K. Dick Award. With Neuromancer, William Gibson introduced the world to cyberspace--and science fiction has never been the same.

Case was the hottest computer cowboy cruising the information superhighway--jacking his consciousness into cyberspace, soaring through tactile lattices of data and logic, rustling encoded secrets for anyone with the money to buy his skills. Then he double-crossed the wrong people, who caught up with him in a big way--and burned the talent out of his brain, micron by micron. Banished from cyberspace, trapped in the meat of his physical body, Case courted death in the high-tech underworld. Until a shadowy conspiracy offered him a second chance--and a cure--for a price....

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