Genre definition

MCMFriday, June 18, 2004
This post is from a version of my blog with inconsistent timestamps: evidently I was very good at defining 'modified' dates, but not 'created' dates. As such, I can't be sure when the content was actually written. Sorry!

Not that it really matters to the story, but I would define the series like this: it is a murder mystery with definite non-mainstream hacker culture mixed in, very cyberpunk aware, but wrapped in a film-noir style.

The important part being that the story is deeply layered, with the initial mystery acting as the catalyst to a whole set of new problems, each one pulling Garamond more and more out of his depth.

Ghost in the Shell, I think. But with less violence. This is a more pensive series.

Not making any sense, am I?

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