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Mona Lisa Overdrive

(1988)
(The third book in the Sprawl Trilogy series)
A novel by

 
 
Awards
1989 Aurora Award for Best Novel
1989 Hugo Award for Best Novel (nominee)
1989 Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel (nominee)
1988 BSFA Award for Best Novel (nominee)
1988 Nebula Award for Best Novel (nominee)

Mona's pimp sells her to a plastic surgeon in New York and she's turned overnight into someone else. The pimp winds up dead. Mona weeps for him. She's a sweet, dumb girl ... so far. Angie the famous Hollywood stim star has started remembering things. Despite the efforts of studio bosses to keep her in ignorance, Angie will discover who she really is ... and why she doesn't need to jack into the Matrix in order to enter cyberspace. In the depths of the rustbelt, the ring of steel garbage and toxic waste surrounding the Sprawl, Gentry obsessively seeks the darkest secrets of the Matrix. Seeking rapture. When an impossibly tall and powerful skyscraper of data appears suddenly in the landscape of the Matrix, Gentry is ready for it, Angie is part of it, and Mona is set for overdrive. Rapture is on the agenda for all three, but others greedy for money and power will fight them to the death.


Genre: Science Fiction

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