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Gibson is in fine form in his seventh novel, a fast-paced, pyrotechnic sequel to Idoru. In the early 21st century, the world has survived any number of millennial events, including major earthquakes iOct 04 1999 | Read Full Review of All Tomorrow's Parties
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But just as a hologram uses the interference patterns of two sources of light to create something that appears to be more than the sum of its parts but is, in fact, less, so ''Parties'' combines the themes, characters, and settings of Gibson's previous two novels into a futuristic chimera.Oct 27 1999 | Read Full Review of All Tomorrow's Parties
All Tomorrow's Parties continues the storyline of Gibson's 1996 novel The Idoru, which ended with the marriage of the Chinese-Irish rock star Rez ("very possibly the last of the pre-posthuman megastars") to the idoru herself, a computer-generated entertainer from Japan who goes by the name Rei To...Jun 16 2000 | Read Full Review of All Tomorrow's Parties
All Tomorrow's Parties William Gibson Penguin paperback £6.99 review by Amy
Harlib All Tomorrow's Parties concludes the popular trilogy that includes Virtual ...
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