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Headcrash [Bruce Bethke] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Junior Engineer for Monolithic Diversified Enterprises, Jack Burroughs finds. Headcrash by Bruce Bethke – book cover, description, publication history. In science fiction circles, Bruce Bethke is best known either for his short story, “Cyberpunk,” his Philip K. Dick Award-winning novel, Headcrash.

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He was a regular contributor to Amazing Stories and Aboriginal SF back in the day, but effectively quit writing short stories after Headcrash Science fiction novel. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Apr 09, Catherine Schaff-Stump rated it it was ok Shelves: Is this book satirizing cyberpunk, or reveling in it? Defeating them will be a different matter entirely The book is great and and an enjoyable read. He is still willing to answer such questions, but first, he asks that you watch this brief 3: Matt Connaught wants nothing more than to enjoy life with his new wife, Michelle, and to catch up on lost time with his parents, who were held captive for seven years.


Bruce Bethke is a writer and computer consultant who lives and works in bethle, suburban, Pig’s Eye Landing, Minnesota.


Heafcrash the Fox July There he’s sentenced to exile on a deserted island, where he apparently goes, only to wind up a beach boy in Hawaii.

Headcrash is a Near Future Satire, precisely targeted on “neuromantic” illusions of glamour in the new Virtual Reality worlds coming on tap.

It won the Philip K. Well, semi-real world; the novel was set ina rather dystopian that didn’t, of course, come to pass. From the creators of Stupefying Stories comes an exciting new anthology bfuce When Nancy and Erica discover the truth behind the abductions, they realize their deadline is quite literal—and much closer than they thought.

Now that vr is coming back in a big way this book is worth a read. A mix of styles, sometimes hilarious, sometimes moving but always entertaining. Retrieved from ” https: Jack Burroughs is a sysadmin for a large multinational corporation who loses his day job brjce of a vindictive new boss. Apr 13, Greg Frederick rated it really liked it. Between and Bruce signed deals for twelve books, of which exactly four actually made beghke into print.

His fiction has appeared in magazines ranging from Aboriginal to Weird Tales and has been translated into eight languages at last count, while his nonfiction has been proven under laboratory conditions to induce a safe and restful sleep. Aug 07, John marked it as to-read. Back in the day, I ate that shit up. When Federation agents come looking for him, Matt and Michelle have only one choice—to go on the run.


Wish there was a sequel. The Fugitive Pair – Audio Book. Apr 18, William Thomas rated it did not like it Shelves: The tone is deceptively light, but as the self-deprecating protagonist is forced to realize that he is a pawn in a ruthless corporation world, it begins to cut fairly deep. To see what your friends thought of this book, betyke sign up.

Headcrash by Bruce Bethke

Refresh and try again. I’m so pissed off I read this book. In his copious spare time he runs Rampant Loon Press, just for the sheer love of genre fiction and the short story form. The characters are well developed bethje easy to relate to. I don’t regret reading it though it certainly isn’t at the top of the list of books I would recommend. Paperbackpages. Now he has to do the hard part — the real job.

Strangely, a hot woman calling herself Amber comes along offering him a million dollars to commit cyberpiracy and steal some files from his former employer, or so he thinks.

Not even good cyberpunk. Everyone thinks I should let it go, and get on with my life.