Tea From An Empty Cup, Numéro 1

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)

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I give this book 2 stars because the mystery was good enough to get me to finish it for the resolution. The characterization in this book is not good. The characters rarely interact with each other in ... Consulter l'avis complet

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

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Amazing. If you like police procedurals and Neuromancer then you'll love this beautifully written science fictional world where gamers in an artifical reality are dying in the real world. Consulter l'avis complet

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Section 15
Section 16
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Section 9

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WSFA Journal October 1998
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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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