Books by James Frenkel

Released: Jan. 1, 2001

"Read it for the still-compelling novella; the rest is lagniappe."
Before William Gibson coined the term "cyberspace" and, along with authors like Bruce Sterling and Neal Stephenson, forged our understanding of the virtual landscape, Hugo-winning Vinge (A Deepness in the Sky, 1999, etc.) had presented the concept in the 30,000-word novella True Names. Read full book review >