Celestial Weasel (celestialweasel) wrote,
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Zero Spook Pattern Country Recognition History

So, the end what will no doubt be referred to as the Bigend Trilogy has arrived and been read. The world of Gibson's 2010 is barely distinguishable from his SF All Tomorrow's Parties, except that his Bridge trilogy had more of the underclass - his 2010 has creatives, spooks, Bigend and barely described functionaries. Almost anything else would be spoilers, but it has two 'Jack's The Face of Boe' moments - surprises that come right out of left field but in the end don't really explain anything or add to anything. I think these should henceforth definitely be referred to as 'Jack's The Face of Boe' moments (or JTFOBM for short).
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