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Old 06-10-2010, 01:33 PM   #1
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William Gibson

Seems like William Gibson has a new novel coming out soon - Zero History.

Should be good. Hope it's as good as Patern Recognition. For me that was the most modern book I have ever read. Still is, and it's over 7 years old now.

What is the most modern book you've read recently? Not including science fiction. Present day science fiction allowed!
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Old 06-10-2010, 01:39 PM   #2
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Most current would not be a book for me. Rather they are trade journals like NASA Tech Briefs or EE Times. The contents do sometimes look like SF!
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Latest title my own wee house released was *The Tor* by Liza Granville two days ago. You can read all about it at our site below, but basically, it's an apocalyptic fantasy. If you're interested, the first three MobileReader members to email me in the next twenty-four hours can take their pick of PDF, ePub or Mobi with our compliments: ntmarrATbewrite.net (use the @ sign, of course). Cheers. Neil
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