February 13, 2004
8 Down, 44 To Go

Oliver Sacks' The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat was a surprisingly easy read, considering it dealt with neurology. The clinical tales are clearly detailed and explained in laymen's terms, while reading like fantastic short stories of the organic mind.

Next on the nightstand is Pattern Recognition by William Gibson. Many people have recommended Gibson, and somehow he's passed me by. One of this project's aims is introducing myself to new authors, and this is a fine example.

Posted by david on February 13, 2004
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I couldn't put Pattern Recognition down, and I wanted more when it was finished.

Posted by: Herb on February 14, 2004 06:32 PM

Longtime fan of WG - saw him last week at the Borders on Clark (here in Chicago). Idoru (if you're not reading his books in any sort of order) comes very highly recommended.

Posted by: petrol on February 16, 2004 03:08 PM
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