30 Apr 2022


Agency, William Gibson

Given his utter hold on how people interact with technology and thus how technology seizes our imagination, I am awed by Gibson's consistent mastery of narrating love.

As on the third time through Neuromancer I understood the book was about the pain of losing Molly, so with Agency I was hit by speed and power with which the relationship between Verity and Eunice takes grip, and how suddenly absence hurts.

Plus cool robots.