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[Reading] ➸ Synners By Pat Cadigan – G-couture.co.uk In Synners the line between technology and humanity is hopelessly slim A constant stream of new technology spawns crime before it hits the streets the human mind and the external landscape have fused In Synners the line between technology and humanity is hopelessly slim A constant stre.

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Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ Pat Cadigan is an American born science fiction author who broke through as a major writer as part of the cyberpunk movement Her early novels and stories all shared a common theme exploring the relationship between the human mind and technologyHer first novel Mindplayers introduced what became a common theme to all her works Her stories blurred the line between reality and perception by mak

10 thoughts on “Synners

  1. Bradley Bradley says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBookCyberpunk Is it all pretty much a mess wrapped up with mirror shades and spinal shunts hacking and guns?NOT this one Well it was pretty much a mess of characters and mediots for than half the novel and I'll be honest I was rather mystified and wondering where the novel was going or whether it WAS going anywhere It felt like a random number generator approach to novelization We had a bunch of friends all interconnected on the media train in all different positions or outside of the corporate loop and most of it was fairly interesting in and of itself but then I kept asking myself Where is this going? It felt like a discovery novel As in the author is throwing out ev


  2. Sylvia Kelso Sylvia Kelso says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBookTook me three times through to be fairly sure I had all there was in this book when I first read it back in the early 90s It's dense It's cryptic Its narrative cuts are very very sharp It's got its own slang and a heap of expert IT argot and it bristles with wicked lines If you can't eat it or fuck it and it can't dance throw it away Ninety percent of life is being there and the other ten percent is being there on time And the key motif the one the whole book's about Change for the


  3. Alex Bright Alex Bright says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBook All appropriate technology hurt somebody A whole lot of somebodies Nuclear fusion the fucking Ford assembly line the fucking airplane Fire for Christ's sake Every technology has its original sinRating 25 stars rounded downDone Done done done done DONE The ideas were certainly interesting Hell the characters were interesting However the story could have been told in about half the time And most importantly the presentation could have


  4. Anthony Anthony says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBookThere is a great deal to enjoy and admire about this prescient trippy novel its energetic jazzy prose its efforts to imagine and bring to life virtual reality experiences long before virtual reality experiences were made real it was published in 1990 and its colorful cast of characters especially the foul mouthed driven prone to fisticuffs Gina But ultimately it spins its narrative wheels a bit too much over the course of its several hundred pages and the climax devolves into near incoherence I’m glad to have read it and it’s definitely way satisfying than some of the other 3 star reads on my shelf but I also wanted from it in the end


  5. Viv JM Viv JM says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBookDNF 116 pagesI gave this a shot but can't muster any enthusiasm to continue I have no idea what is going on but nothing about it has inspired me to persevere to discover there are too many characters to keep track of and I am finding the writing style jarring I don't think cyberpunk is my thing


  6. Oleksandr Zholud Oleksandr Zholud says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBookThis is a cyberpunk novel with musicians instead of shades wearing hackers It was nominated for Nebula in 1991 I read it as a part of Monthly reads in Hugo Nebula


  7. Kaitlin Kaitlin says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBookThis was the pick of the month for the LadyVaults on MagicalSpacePussycats and so naturally I read it It was my first foray into Cyberpunk and it was MiNdBeNdInG This was written during the early stage of the web and yet it is jammed full of new ideas and ideas which really have happened A story filled with hackers and VR simulations and big bad corporationsdefinitely a little scary when compared to our world but also very imaginativeOne element which I did like about this was the sheer amount of female characters A lot of the time I read


  8. Alexandra Alexandra says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBookI'd kinda forgotten how much I love good cyberpunk until I read this Turns out I really really like itInterestingly in many ways this feels like a prequel to much of the cyberpunk I've read The main contention is the invention of putting sockets into people's heads to allow them to experience and manipulate the datelines read internet directly the result of which or something similar is what Gibson and Scott and their friends are basically examining So from a 'getting started' perspective I found this book really awesome and in lots of other ways tooCadi


  9. Charlie Charlie says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBookI have often joked at work that I can't wait for the day when I can just plug in and let my company use my brain power while I entertain myself with a book It's a fun thought but Synners explore


  10. MichaelK MichaelK says:

    Paperback ☆ Synners ePUB ↠ synners book, Synners eBookI did not get very far with this one I found Cadigan's writing extremely irritating I felt like she was trying too hard to be cool down with the kids The story is about tattooed druggie hackers who listen to rock music and go against a big corporate record label or something At the start of chapter 2 one character who is of course very cool is in court wondering whether she will be found guilty of anything and charged The speculation concludes with'Fuck it what difference did one charge make anyway? The fines would clean her out and then some one garnishment on her wages so fucking what All she cared about now was getting back on the street'Later she wonders what her BFF Mark is doing'But the best question was what the fuck was Mark doing there all on his own without a word to her She and Mark were in it together always had been They'd been in


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