William Gibson is the award-winning author of books including Neuromancer, Mona Lisa Overdrive, The Difference Engine, Virtual Light, Idoru, All Tomorrow's Parties, Pattern Recognition, Spook Country and The Peripheral. William Gibson lives in Vancouver, Canada.
Superb . . . frantic with imagination and frantic with the appetite to see what happens next * Observer on 'The Peripheral' * A glorious ride into the future * Guardian on 'The Peripheral' * One of the most visionary, original, and quietly influential writers currently working * Boston Globe * The man who saw the consequences of virtual reality before the technology had even been invented * Observer * A terrific writer. Gibson is a prophet and a satirist, a black comedian and an astounding architect of cool. He's also responsible for much of the world we live in * Spectator * To read Gibson is to read the present as if it were the future * New York Times * No one can ever hope to out-Gibson Gibson... A true original * Sunday Times * A tightly plotted, tautly paced novel that unfolds with the dream logic of a fairy tale * Times Literary Supplement * To read Gibson is to read the present as if it were the future * New York Times * Dazzling, astoundingly inventive. A mesmerizing, captivating, haunting book * The Times * ***PRAISE FOR THE PERIPHERAL*** Wild, richly satisfying . . . big-screen, popcorn-chewing thrills. What a glorious ride * Guardian *