Books by Pat Cadigan

Fools

by Pat Cadigan

Arthur C. Clarke

Mindplayers

by Pat Cadigan

Allie Haas only did it for a dare - the kind of dare you know is a mistake but you do it anyway because it's Mistake Yime. But putting on the madcap that Jerry Wirerammer has 'borrowed' was a very big mistake. The psychosis itself was quite conventional, a few paranoid delusions, but it didn't go away when she took the madcap off. Jerry did the decent thing and left her at an emergency room for dry-cleaning but then the Brain Police took over. Straightened out by a professional mindplayer, Allie thinks she's left mind games behind for good but then comes the fazer: she can either go to jail as mind criminal or she can train as a mindplayer herself...
Philip K. Dick

Pat Cadigan SF Gateway Omnibus: Mindplayers, Fools, Tea From an Empty Cup

by Pat Cadigan

Three novels showcasing the extraordinary talents of Pat Cadigan, including the Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning Fools

Pat Cadigan has been dubbed "the Queen of Cyberpunk" but her acclaimed novels defy such narrow categorization.  Few writers are as adept at facing the onrushing near-future as Pat Cadigan, and this volume perfectly showcases that skill, featuring Tea from an Empty Cup, Philip K. Dick Award-finalist Mindplayers, and Fools. 

Synners

by Pat Cadigan

Arthur C. Clarke
Nebula

Tea From An Empty Cup

by Pat Cadigan

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How can you drink tea from an empty cup? That ancient Zen riddle holds the key to a baffling mystery; a young man found with his throat slashed while locked alone in a virtual reality parlor. The secret of this enigmatic death lies in an apocalyptic cyberspace shadow-world where nothing is certain, and even one's own identity can change in an instant.

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