Pattern Recognition (William Gibson)

A woman exhibiting an actual alergic reaction to bad design is drawn into a quest to find an anonymous internet phenomenon. Basically it’s neither science fiction in any way nor actually has anything to do with pattern recognition, but it’s quite a neat read. The story flows, contains a few bonmonts and the logic holes are not very painful. Definitely worse than ‘The Peripheral’, but not a bad book for me after all. (at least it’s easier to read than the aforementioned one)

★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ (actually more like 3.5 stars)