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Source: Neuromancer, Page: 56

Then he keyed the new switch.

The abrupt jolt into other flesh. Matrix gone, a wave of sound and colour. She was moving through a crowded street, past stalls vending discount software, prices feltpenned on sheets of plastic, fragments of music from countless speakers. Smells of urine, free monomers, perfume, patties of frying krill. For a few frightened seconds he fought helplessly to control her body. Then he willed himself into passivity, became the passenger behind her eyes.

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About the Book 'Neuromancer'
By William Gibson
Produced By Ace

Neuromancer, written in 1984, has managed to stay in print for more than two and a half decades. An impressive achievement for any novel, it reminds us of the power of words, in the gritty, grimy, spiralingly depressing and technologically both wondrous and surprisingly accurate book that gave birth to the cyberpunk genre.

It was William Gibson?s first novel, and notable immediately, for winning all of science fiction?s top awards - the Nebula Award, Philip K. Dick Award, and the Hugo Award.

There had been books that echoed the tenets of cyberpunk long before Neu...
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