Pattern Recognition by William Gibson

March 2008

Reading this book the second time around was pretty much just as much fun as reading it the first time, though it is funny to note how much it’s already “dated” in the few years it’s been out. But then, like so many of Gibson’s novels, it never was about looking to the future, it was about looking to the now—or, rather, the then, as the case may be. At heart, it’s just an enjoyable thriller which nicely encapsulates the early “Naughties”.

Further reading…