Spook Country: Spook Country by William Gibson. Count me in as a typical fan-boy of Gibson’s work, this novel follows the some characters and the same “current” world as his Pattern Recognition.
The novel itself is artfully crafted, all texture and nuance, sublime style. Hard, brittle prose, cold against the inky black of night. One of my early reading notes was a concern that there was more style than substance, which isn’t true, but still.
Took me a year to get back to it, and the text rewards a close reading, not to miss the subtleties. Clever prose packed with meaning questions.