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Mass Market Paperback Neurolink Book

ISBN: 0441011888

ISBN13: 9780441011889


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Book Overview

In the 23rd Century, corporations have replaced nations, and executives have absolute rule. But when an underground enclave of independent workers threatens the system, executive Dominic Jedes must negotiate with them face to face.

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

Cyberpunk Lives

M.M. Buckner has brought cyberpunk back to the fore. This novel is fast paced, exciting, and makes you think about what we are doing to the planet. She and a few authors like her are taking science fiction to its next stage. Her writing is fresh. Enjoy!

Fast paced and fun.

Dessention between the working class and exec's is growing. When the embodiment of the executive class sets free a shipload of working class, he is enlisted to renegotiate their return. But upon visiting the working class world, becomse a sympathiser and helps them to maintain their freedom. This is a fast paced romp through a dismal future setting. Lots of action, not to technical and great characters make this an excellent and quick read.

Great Cyber Punk Science Fiction

I really like this sort of science fiction. It's a story that could really happen(well...). It's fun, fast-pace, techy, with no fantasy. It's a balanced story of a rich executive made to open his eyes to the poor of this future wasted earth she invented. The book was a nice improvement over Buckler's first book HyperThought. Out of the 30 odd sci-fi books I have read, this is the first to compel me to write a review. Thank you M. M. Buckner for writing such a cool book.

Fast and compelling

This is an entertaining novel with a fast-moving plot. Banker Dominic Jedes must deal with the computer-generated replica of his domineering dead father--just at the moment that he must go quell a worker rebellion in a submarine. The characters are well-drawn--and boy, do they have relationship and boundary issues! The conflict with the workers turns out to be much more complex than the financial data that Dominic is accustomed to handling at his office. Very enjoyable. I couldn't put it down, and then I hated for it to end!

Review of Neurolink

I loved this book! NEUROLINK is both suspenseful and thought provoking. The action is fast and unpredictable. The descriptions are mesmerizing, and the characters really come alive -- especially Dominic, the main character, plus the weird nano-computer that's living inside his eye. Very fresh ideas. This book kept me turning the pages right through to the end. I liked this every bit as much as Buckner's first book, HYPERTHOUGHT, which was also a great read.
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