A SONG CALLED YOUTH: The CYBERPUNK TRILOGY. Revised, Updated–all in ONE Volume

A SONG CALLED YOUTH: Eclipse, Eclipse Penumbra, Eclipse Corona by John Shirley…

…Now out as a big fat physical trade paperback, from Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and all the usual suspects. Also available, damned cheaply, as an ebook on Kindle, Nook, and so on.

“Avid cyberpunk fans will appreciate this updated edition of a cutting-edge classic.”–Publishers Weekly

“Vivid, dense, powerful imagery…hard to put down!”–Washington Post

“A complex, bizarre, and unique vision of the near future, with a kaleidoscopic mix of politics, pop, and paranoia.” –Bruce Sterling

“John Shirley was cyberpunk’s patient zero, first locus of the virus, certifiably virulent. A Carrier.”–William Gibson

“A Song Called Youth might very well be John Shirley’s signature production, still ringing with the clarion call of a bygone era.”–Asimov’s

“The ‘Eclipse trilogy’ by John Shirley is one of the finest examples of cyberpunk ‘war’ novels available. A mesmerizing dark future setting, coherent intrigue, heavy-duty warfare and lots of characters you care for…it will keep you awake at night.”–Transputer Qasar”


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