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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gibson does it again.
This was the first Gibson book I ever read. After browsing through a local Sci-Fi bookstore, and having heard good things about Gibson from a friend, I spotted this in the used book section, and picked it up. Immediately thereafter, I was enthralled.
Gibson has taken the probable, the possible, and the fantastic, and woven them into a single, believable entity...
Am 14. Oktober 1998 veröffentlicht

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Picture this...
I had never seen Count Zero in the stores, so I thought this one was the sequel to Neuromancer instead of the 3rd. I followed it okay, and enjoyed it too, but definitely felt like I was on the outside looking in, always playing catch up. So, read the first two first, then this one, and enjoy! Much more of this one takes place in the real world than Neuromancer, so I...
Am 10. März 2000 veröffentlicht


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3.0 von 5 Sternen Picture this..., 10. März 2000
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I had never seen Count Zero in the stores, so I thought this one was the sequel to Neuromancer instead of the 3rd. I followed it okay, and enjoyed it too, but definitely felt like I was on the outside looking in, always playing catch up. So, read the first two first, then this one, and enjoy! Much more of this one takes place in the real world than Neuromancer, so I found it much easier to "see" what was going on. And since it's not so caught up in the gadgetry, the characters come through more fully.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gibson does it again., 14. Oktober 1998
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This was the first Gibson book I ever read. After browsing through a local Sci-Fi bookstore, and having heard good things about Gibson from a friend, I spotted this in the used book section, and picked it up. Immediately thereafter, I was enthralled.
Gibson has taken the probable, the possible, and the fantastic, and woven them into a single, believable entity. Mona Lisa Overdrive is a worthy successor to Neuromancer, in every aspect. Such favorites as Sally (AKA Molly), and the Finn tie this into Neuromancer quite well, as do the references to Case and the union of the Rio and Berne AIs.
Gibson's style is such that it takes several readings to truly understand a book; even then, you're left wondering "what did he mean by that?" Mona Lisa Overdrive is no exception. Never having read Neuromancer previous to Overdrive, I was mystified by the events described in the book; once I read Neuromancer, many things were revealed.
The technology, the political intrigue, and the societies of Gibson's future are projections of current trends, plus the mystical dimension of "cyberspace;" the medium through which the majority of the world communicates. There is nothing new under the sun, and Gibson proves this with Mona Lisa.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen ein Muss für Science-Fiction fans, 20. Oktober 2013
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Als dritter Teil der Trilogie, die mit Neuromancer begann ist dieses Werk ein ungedingtes Muss für jeden Science-Fiction und/oder Cyberpunk fan! Eine sehr immersive Welt, die Gibson da erschaffen hat :)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen What a way to pull it all together!, 22. Januar 2000
The third in the Sprawl trilogy, I'd really recommend reading this but preferably if you've read Neuromancer and Count Zero first. It's an awesome book, but without the background knowledge from the two previous books it could be a struggle. The imagery Gibson concocts for us is exquisite, from the neon and chrome plated Sprawl, to the urban junkyard of the Factory, the dilapidated future London stuck in a time warp and of course the wonders of Gibson's Cyberspace, made even more fantastic here by some clever plot twists. It's all so real you're right there with his characters yet he doesn't bore you with over description - that's quite an achievement. His characters are complex and breathe life and aren't just mono dimensional cardboard cutouts - they each have their strengths and frailties. And by the end of the book it all makes sense .... almost .... but leaving you to ponder some aspects of the story. Which is just as it should be :) Well recommended.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Ok, but too obscure, 11. Dezember 1999
While I loved neuromancer, I found this one a bit too obscure and self-indulgent. Still bearable, but not great.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent, 18. November 1999
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This was a great book. I loved Neuromancer and kinda dragged myself through Count Zero and now I know why...to get to MLO. This was just as colorful as Neuromancer. I could not put it down towards the end.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I could not put the book down!, 16. September 1999
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this is the first book by William Gibson I had read, and I could not put it down!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent conclusion to the "Sprawl" series, 14. September 1999
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I enjoyed "Mona Lisa Overdrive" and "Count Zero" more than "Neuromancer" but the reason is that I read "Neuromancer" before "Burning Chrome" (Gibson's collection of short stories) and the other two after "BC". It makes a big difference because "BC" gives you a lot of necessary background. "MLO" is almost better than "CZ". The introduction of some new characters to go with the story of Angela Mitchell and The Count worked well, I thought. I liked the relationship bewteen Molly and Kumiko too. I think it's time I re-read "Neuromancer" to get a second perspective on it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Amazing book - if you love Gibson., 30. März 1999
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While Neuromancer was a fast-paced and exciting book that could appeal to a wide variety of fans, I wouldn't recommend Mona Lisa Overdrive to anyone who isn't in love with Gibson's vision of the future. This book has the least excitement and flash, but certainly has the most depth and the best characterization.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Classic, but not the best..., 23. Februar 1999
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This book is definently worth the read if you are a Gibson fan. Not the best of the Sprawl series, but it does tie everything up nicely. Highly reccommended.
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