posted on Sep, 13 2008 @ 04:38 PM
I have to go back to the OP, since the only one of these I've read is Neuromancer. If you liked that, I'd recommend a few:
Bruce Sterling - The Difference Engine. Alternate history based on what if they actually built Charles Babbage's difference engine, a mechanical
computer. Recommended because it also involves a story based on computers, even if it's 19th century :p
Aldous Huxley - Brave New World. Very dystopian, just like all Gibson's stuff. Very dreary, dark outlook on the world.
William Gibson - basically anything else he did, I've read nearly all his stuff. Also note that Neuromancer had two sequels, whose names escape me
at the moment.
Dan Brown - Digital Fortress. Slightly unrealistic if you know about some of the technologies involved, but it's about codebreaking and computers
and it's quite fast paced. Deception Point is another one he did, which is also slightly unrealistic, but focuses a lot on high tech and fast-paced