About this book
A brilliant thriller about the webs and networks of the new century, set among London's dark and tangled streets, from the author who termed the word 'cyberspace' before going on to write the hugely influential "Neuromancer". 'Gibson is a prophet and a satirist, a black comedian and an outstanding architect of cool' "Spectator". His backlist titles are also republished this month, with a new series look.
Hubertus Bigend, the Machiavellian head of global ad-agency Blue Ant, wants ex-musician Hollis Henry to uncover the maker of a secret, obscurely fashionable denim called 'The Gabriel Hounds'. Hollis knows nothing about fashion - which, curiously, is why Bigend hired her.