7 thoughts on “William Gibson”

  1. It doesn’t have quite the awesome layers of meaning that Pattern Recognition’s cover had… but then, we haven’t read the whole of Spook Country yet, have we? :P

    I’ll be waiting and seeing. Gibson’s been one of my favourite authours for years; even those painful-ass Ace covers couldn’t keep me away.

  2. The cover isn’t so bad. The text floats a bit, but that fits with the illustration. At least it isn’t as eye rending as the one for the paperback edition of “All Tomorrow’s Parties”. Whomever did that cover needs to be sent back to design school, pronto.

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