Pillars of the Genre: Good Omens and Neuromancer

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Pillars of the Genre: Good Omens and Neuromancer Video review


In this special series, I'll take a look back at the seminal works in science fiction and fantasy. 





The apocalyptic and hilarious Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett was quite entertaining. I thoroughly enjoyed Aziraphale and Crowley's banter. I also appreciated the dark humor and the footnotes. Worth the hype!



Neuromancer by William Gibson is the first cyberpunk novel or so I've been told. It's trippy and weird and a little hard to follow. Even still, I'm really glad I read it and plan on revisiting this book again in the future. 


Michael McLendon is an actor living in NYC.

His favorite authors are Brandon Sanderson and Mark Lawrence. 

If he's not reading, he's making faces in front of a mirror or watching something with swords and/or explosions.

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