By William Gibson
(Berkley, Paperback, 9780425240779, 416pp.)
Publication Date: August 2, 2011
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The New York Times bestseller from "one of our most vital novelists". -Newsday
Hollis Henry, former rock singer turned journalist, has very reluctantly agreed to work for the secretive Belgian finance genius Hubertus Bigend again- only to find herself entangled in a threatening mesh of postmodern marketing, corrupt American military contractors, and belated romance.
“Zero History is his best yet, a triumph of science fiction as social criticism and adventure."—BoingBoing.net
“[Gibson] weaves an unnerving tapestry of technology, violence and anxiety.”—The Daily Telegraph (London)
“Fascinating.”—The Seattle Times
“Uncanny.”—San Antonio Express-News
“Brilliant, entertaining, and bittersweet.”—io9 (io9.com)
“Zero History is another smartly scouted roadmap of alternate routes through today’s global culture, as powered by what a friend of mine used to call the military-industrial-greeting-card complex. It’s a world where cool is king, but also the key to power—and the future.”—Milwaukee Sentinel Journal