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This book is the second in the Sprawl Trilogy. They are all good but they are best read in sequence:

Neuromancer
Count Zero
Mona Lisa Overdrive


(Neuromancer is one of my favorite books of all time.)
True, it may or may not be available in your local library. But the key take away is that if it is, it's free Smilie See this SD blog post here to read up on it: https://slickdeals.net/article/news/overdrive-libby-free-digital-library-loans/?src=rcm_article

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It'll check live if a book on Amazon is available in your library (after setting up and if your library supports overdrive).

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Also FREE ONLINE from your public library not only in Kindle format, but also HTML and Adobe EPub.
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Thanks! This is a sequel to Neuromancer
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Also FREE ONLINE from your public library not only in Kindle format, but also HTML and Adobe EPub.
This says there aren't any available... And every library system is different
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This says there aren't any available... And every library system is different
True, it may or may not be available in your local library. But the key take away is that if it is, it's free Smilie See this SD blog post here to read up on it: https://slickdeals.net/article/news/overdrive-libby-free-digital-library-loans/?src=rcm_article

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This book is the second in the Sprawl Trilogy. They are all good but they are best read in sequence:
  1. Neuromancer
  2. Count Zero
  3. Mona Lisa Overdrive

(Neuromancer is one of my favorite books of all time.)
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True, it may or may not be available in your local library. But the key take away is that if it is, it's free Smilie See this SD blog post here to read up on it: https://slickdeals.net/article/news/overdrive-libby-free-digital-library-loans/?src=rcm_article

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It'll check live if a book on Amazon is available in your library (after setting up and if your library supports overdrive).
Pretty cool, thanks!
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This book is the second in the Sprawl Trilogy. They are all good but they are best read in sequence:
  1. Neuromancer
  2. Count Zero
  3. Mona Lisa Overdrive

(Neuromancer is one of my favorite books of all time.)
Neuromancer is one of my favorite books, and one of the few that I've re-read and thoroughly loved each time.

But I couldn't get into either of the sequels, for whatever reason. I didn't particularly enjoy either one, and promptly forgot everything about them.
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While I generally enjoyed this book, Gibson's writing style can be a bit hard to follow. I found myself rereading passages multiple times without fully understanding what happened.

Neuromancer was absolutely incredible and while there are some really enjoyable parts to this one (The whole planning leading up to the "extraction" of Mitchell from Maas), i didn't feel the same connection to the characters this time around and the ending felt sudden.
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You damn Cyberpunk kids with your futuristic novels. LMAO
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Available on other services for $1.99 as well, such as Kobo (am I the only one still using that?)
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One of my very favorite authors
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Spoiler Alert: Jackie is Danbala's horse
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I think the best way to enjoy these books is to be constantly aware that they were written in mid-80s, if you're in that mindset everything seems jaw-dropping.
Not the easiest read, but certainly enjoyable.
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