The third book of the Bridge trilogy, it feels very much like a William Gibson book. It's got a Zen assassin, after all. Having read a few of his books recently, I'm a bit lacking for things to say. Of course I loved it, and it finishes the trilogy nicely, and, well, it doesn't have much VR, and has a bit of nanotech instead, which makes a nice change. I just lack much to say about it!