Headcrash review Ñ 4



10 thoughts on “Headcrash

  1. says:

    Devoid of any real lasting uality but it did lend me the phrase I BRAKE FOR HALLUCINATIONS; with much joy and immediacy this was keyed into the Media Play sign making machine and turned into a bumper sticker for my 1980 Toyota Corolla Hatchback of Doom

  2. says:

    An irrelevant take on the Cyber Punk novel It'll be dated now Gore never made President but still a lot of fun There is an experimental VR rig that can turn anyone into a super user opening the entire net to their every whim and everyone wants it

  3. says:

    so i'm not even sure where to begin good sci fi is timeless it utilizes universal truths morality plays ethics and political science to prove its points and point out the follys of current situations what it does not do is lampoon itself as a genre it does not attempt to create a MAD magazine skit out of something fleeting this this this th

  4. says:

    Headcrash is an early piece of cyberpunk I tried to read Neuromancer by William Gibson back in '96 or so and got absolutely nothing out of it I had not as yet tried a computer I must have gotten a bit savvy I fo

  5. says:

    Twenty year old cyberpunk satire is a bit dated but still a good deal of fun

  6. says:

    Some fun ideas and interesting to read from an historical perspective especially with the growth of global multinationals and the power they wield

  7. says:

    This book was ridiculous but fun It is corny farcical and without great merit This is the kind of book you read when you want something light that you can finish in a day or two without expending a great deal of mental energy The thr

  8. says:

    Nice funny book that make fun of all those way to serious Sci Fi and for this reason uite often very boring repetitive and obnoxious cyberpunk

  9. says:

    I have an Orbit Books paperback published November 1995 with this cover and ISBN 9781857233520

  10. says:

    The parody cyberpunk novel we didn't need Bro humour

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Read & Download Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook â Bruce Bethke

Jack Burroughs was a young brilliant computer programmer working in the shadows of corporate tyranny That is until co. An irrelevant take on the Cyber Punk novel It ll be dated now Gore never made President but still a lot of fun There is an experimental VR rig that can turn anyone into a super user opening the entire net to their every whim and everyone wants it

review Headcrash

Headcrash

Rporate restructuring forced him down the fiber optic road to subterfuge This is his incredible story a melange of be. Headcrash is an early piece of cyberpunk I tried to read Neuromancer by William Gibson back in 96 or so and got absolutely nothing out of it I had not as yet tried a computer I must have gotten a bit savvy I found this book to be hilarious at times but there was a lot of sophomoric humor If you are looking for something light and funny to read give it a try

Read & Download Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook â Bruce Bethke

Trayal abandonment impish wit imaginary sexcapades and a final desperate attack against the forces of corporate evil.. This book was ridiculous but fun It is corny farcical and without great merit This is the kind of book you read when you want something light that you can finish in a day or two without expending a great deal of mental energy The three star rating may be a tad generous but I did smile at a couple parts and appreciated the repetitive humor The Who No not them I don t regret reading it though it certainly isn t at the top of the list of books I would recommend