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This book is a mark in the sci-fi genre it is supposed to be the first Cyberpunk book to be written and published What is Cyberpunk Its main characteristics it takes place in the near future it features an anti hero one who lives at the edge of society The world is controlled by evil corporations which manipulates everybody to their needs The anti hero usually goes against this system These books are usually very depressing presenting a very sad dehumanized world controlled by organized crime filled with drugs and machines From time to time I like to read books that mark corner stones in sci-fi like Dune Alice in Wonderland ect I decided to read this book to complete my education so to speak When I had to pick a book for my book report I chose this one because I was already in the middle of it I expected to find a special book interesting and intriguing because it is a bread book must read important book I thought it would be about some person possessing some special power capable of doing something that was never done before and who would be using this power to free man kind from the control of machines The author is a real artist in English he makes a dazzling use of it The first sentence in the book The sky was the color of TV tuned to a dead channel is just the tip of the iceberg He uses slang freely and it makes the book really hard to comprehend The story takes place in the near future The world is now controlled by great corporations and crime rules The world is now a sprawl a huge complex of merged mega cities Nowadays every thing economic is in the matrix Our main character can never go back there Case was the brightest cyber cowboy stealing money data and more But he made a mistake he stole
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