Tea From An Empty Cup, Numéro 1

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Macmillan, 15 sept. 1999 - 256 pages
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"How can you drink tea from an empty cup?"

That ancient Zen riddle holds the key to a baffling mystery: a young man found with his throat slashed while locked alone in a virtual reality parlor.

The secret of this enigmatic death lies in an apocalyptic cyberspace shadow-world where nothing is certain, and even one's own identity can change in an instant.
  

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Review: Tea from an Empty Cup (Artificial Reality Division #1)

Avis d'utilisateur  - Justin Howe - Goodreads

Even the boring bits of this were neat because they so accurately described our world before the fact. While I did struggle with some questions (like who's programming all these AR worlds), the bits of insight and prescient moments made it an enjoyable read. Consulter l'avis complet

Tea from an Empty Cup (Artificial Reality Division #1)

Avis d'utilisateur  - Dolan Duk - Goodreads

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Table des matières

Section 1
11
Section 2
27
Section 3
35
Section 4
56
Section 5
72
Section 6
102
Section 7
143
Section 8
170
Section 10
210
Section 11
221
Section 12
231
Section 13
234
Section 14
239
Section 15
242
Section 16
252
Section 17
256

Section 9
184

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À propos de l'auteur (1999)

Pat Cadigan is the author of numerous acclaimed short stories, and three novels, Mindplayers (1987), Synners (1991) and Fools (1992), These last are both winners of the Arthur C. Clarke Award .for the best novel of the year. A self-described "cybermom," Cadigan recently moved from Kansas City to London, England, where she lives with her son, Bob, and husband, author Chris Fowler.

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