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14 Essential Cyberpunk Novels

By Matt Heckler May 22, 2014

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WWW: Wake by Robert J. Sawyer

Although some cyberpunk purists won’t call it cyberpunk, Robert J. Sawyer’s WWW: Wake has the huge tech emphasis that gives cyberpunk its style. It might not deal with lowlifes the way the genre tends to, but it’s at least close enough. It also happens to be a really good book, in which the main character undergoes surgery to repair blindness only to find that she can now see the World Wide Web all around her.

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Matt Heckler

Matt Heckler is a writer, book critic, musician, movie nerd, sci-fi aficionado, and awesome beard haver from Chicago. When he isn't writing for The MindHut, he is drinking tasty beverages and working on his first novel. Follow him on Twitter @androiddreamer!

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