Tea From An Empty Cup, Numéro 1
Macmillan, 15 sept. 1999 - 256 pages
"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 - Meg - Goodreads
AH! Classic alternative reality confusion. You might feel like you have read this already if you've read a few of the cyberpunk classics. It's crossed with a murder mystery and some Japan obsession ... Consulter l'avis complet
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