William Gibson

William Ford Gibson (born March 17, 1948) is an American and Canadian speculative fiction writer and essayist widely credited with pioneering the science fiction subgenre known as cyberpunk.
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Peripheral by William Gibson by William Gibson
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Flynne Fisher lives in rural nearfuture America where jobs are scarce and veterans from the wars are finding it hard to recover. She scrapes a living doing some freelance online gameplaying participating in some pretty weird stuff. Wilf Netherton lives in London seventysome years later on the far side of decades of slowmotion apocalypse. Things though are good for the haves and there arent many havenots left. Flynne and Wilf are about to meet one another. Her world will be altered utt  read more
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Pattern Recognition by William Gibson by William Gibson
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One of the most influential and imaginative writers of the past twenty years turns his attention to London with dazzling results. Cayce Pollard owes her living to her pathological sensitivity to logos. In London to consult for the worlds coolest ad agency she finds herself catapulted via her addiction to a mysterious body of fragmentary film footage uploaded to the Web by a shadowy auteur into a global quest for this unknown garage Kubrick. Cayce becomes involved with an eccentric hack  read more
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Virtual Light by William Gibson by William Gibson
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Chevette rides as a courier banging her paper laminateframed bike through the streets of a future Frisco she lives for it. On an impulse shes risked everything stolen a pair of sunglasses from some jerk. No ordinary shades either loaded with supersensitive data they could decide the destiny of the entire city. Rydell is working for Mr Warbaby who has been hired to recover the glasses. But Rydell is none too sure that he likes his new employment opportunity with SFPD Homicide involv  read more
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Twelfth Night (Cambridge School Shakespeare) by William Shakespeare, Rex Gibson
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This edition of Twelfth Night is part of the groundbreaking Cambridge School Shakespeare series established by Rex Gibson. Remaining faithful to the series' active approach it treats the play as a script to be acted, explored and enjoyed. As well as the complete script of the play, you will find a variety of classroom-tested activities, an eight-page colour section and a selection of notes including information on characters, performance, history and language.  read more
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Zero History by William Gibson
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Former hit singer Hollis is down on her luck after the Crash and can't turn down the offer of a job again from mysterious global ad agency, Blue Ant. Stanley Milgrim, ex-addict freshly out of an expensive rehab paid for by Blue Ant-founder Hubertus Bigend, is also on the payroll. Bigend wants them to do some discreet research on an a secret, obscurely fashionable denim. It may not matter that they know nothing about fashion - but it does matter, at least to them, when bullets start to fly and they realize that Bigend's business obsession is leading them down a dangerous path. Set among London's dark and tangled streets, Zero History is a brilliant thriller about the webs and networks of the new century.  read more
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Zero History by William Gibson
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The "New York Times" bestseller from "one of our most vital novelists." -"Newsday" Hollis Henry, former rock singer turned journalist, has very reluctantly agreed to work for the secretive Belgian finance genius Hubertus Bigend again- only to find herself entangled in a threatening mesh of postmodern marketing, corrupt American military contractors, and belated romance.  read more
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Pattern Recognition by William Gibson
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Idoru by William Gibson
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Set in futuristic Tokyo, rebuilt after an earthquake, this book is the story of a rock star who decides to marry a non-existent, virtual reality girl; the bemused American security consultant who has been sent to take care of him; and a teenage fan.  read more
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The Peripheral by William Gibson
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Flynne Fisher lives in rural near-future America where jobs are scarce and veterans from the wars are finding it hard to recover. She scrapes a living doing some freelance online game-playing, participating in some pretty weird stuff. Wilf Netherton lives in London, seventy-some years later, on the far side of decades of slow-motion apocalypse.  read more
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Not Weary in Well-Doing by William Gibson
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1890. Seventh Edition. 219 pages. No dust jacket. This is the 1890 edition. Grey cloth hardback with gilt lettering. Inscribed. Some internal hinge cracking. Remains clear and legible throughout on tanned and foxed pages. Illustrated. Binding has weakened due to hinge cracking. Significant damp staining, edge wear and use marking present with tanning to spine. Gilt remains bright.  read more
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The Cobweb by William Gibson
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1956. 339 pages. This is an ex-Library book. Pictorial jacket over red boards. The Book of the Film. Good copy with firm binding. Ex library book with stamp to front endpaper. Light finger marking, tanning and foxing to endpapers and page edges. Pen inscription to front endpaper. Tape residue to endpapers. Light lean to spine. Mild shelf wear to edges. Unclipped jacket, has been laminated to boards and reinforced with tape. Slight rub marking, scratching and edge wear. Small chips and tears to edges of spine.  read more
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Happy Hunting-grounds by William Hamilton Gibson
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1888. 202 pages. No dust jacket. Green cloth boards with gilt lettering and contains pictorial plates. Pages are slightly yellowed with gilt to the text block edge and foxing included within. Noticeable creasing to the front endpaper. Binding is firm with light corner bumping and staining to boards. Spine is tanned with light shelf wear.  read more
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