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Author William Gibson
Cover artist James Warhola
Series Sprawl trilogy
Genre science fiction, cyberpunk
Publisher Ace
Publication date
July 1, 1984
Media type print (paperback and hardback)
Pages 271
ISBN 0-441-56956-0
OCLC 10980207
Preceded by "Burning Chrome"
Followed by Count Zero

Neuromancer is a science fiction novel by William Gibson. It was published in 1984. It is an important book that started the cyberpunk genre. It was Gibson's first novel and the beginning of the Sprawl trilogy. Neuromancer was the first novel to win all three of the important awards in science fiction — the Nebula Award, the Philip K. Dick Award, and the Hugo Award.

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Terry Carr asked Gibson to write the book for the third series of Ace Science Fiction Specials. This was a series for authors' first novels.

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