Not as tight as Neuromancer, but an excellent read nonetheless. The plot follows an art dealer trying to find a box maker, someone who has put together a haunting collection of objects in a plastic case. Also, a scientist plans an escape from his company contract, and a wilson plans his escape from the crap suburb he's from. There's a haunting haunted quality at the center of this novel. I also enjoy futurism from the past, and Gibson's the best of the '80s.