The second Book in the "Neuromancer" trilogy, offers more adventures inside and outside the matrix, and narrated in a futuristic slang. The Author takes the reader into a computerized fantasy world.
Besides the language, which is rich of personal and environmental descriptions, there is a thick story with several jumps where you (at least I did) get confused. -- Jon Aslund, Something Else
Count Zero, unfortunately, is one of those Books that are filed under the "Could have been great" category. -- Harry Raden, OnwardElseware