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Not only is it out, it's surprisingly kinetic and well-written. Bigend, in particular, is very satisfying in this one. The story makes both Pattern Recognition and Spook Country matter.My only quibbles were the strange reliance upon specific brands of technology and the mysterious vanishing of such a compelling character as Tito.
Let's hope it's a step up from the disappointing and incredibly boring (and pointless) Spook Country.Pattern Recognition was good though.
In case some of you are interested, KQED's "The Writers' Block" just published an episode of William Gibson reading from Zero History:http://www.kqed.org/arts/programs/writersblock/episode.jsp?essid=35246
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