Alien 3: The Unproduced Screenplay by William Gibson

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5.5 X 8.2 X 1.4 inches | 0.95 pounds

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About the Author

Pat Cadigan is a science fiction, fantasy and horror writer, three-time winner of the Locus Award, twice winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award and one-time winner of the Hugo Award. She wrote the novelization of Alita: Battle Angel, and a prequel novel to the highly anticipated film, Iron City. She also wrote Lost in Space: Promised Land, novelizations of two episodes of The Twilight Zone, the Cellular novelization, and the novelization and sequel to Jason X.

WILLIAM GIBSON is one of the most influential authors of the 20th Century. His novel Neuromancer is credited with establishing the cyperpunk subgenre, and he wrote pioneering works in both steampunk and alternate history.


"Ambitious, brilliantly executed... Cadigan is a major talent."--William Gibson on Synners

"Dynamic in setting and possibility, Cadigan sustains the narrative through a variety of mind-bending technologies in emotional, mental, and physical contexts."--Speculiction on Mindplayers

"Fools was an incredibly fun book. I loved the humor, the flashy, grungy, world, and the characters with strong, vibrant personalities."--Worlds Without End

"Cadigan's third collection of short stories shows once again her astonishing range, economy of language, perceptiveness, and uncommon emotional power."--Publishers Weekly on Patterns

"For fans of Harley Quinn and comics in general, I can't stress enough how much you need this book in your life."--The BiblioSanctum on Mad Love

"A perfect example of a prequel that boasts a tight connectivity to the film."--Movie Nooz on Alita" Battle Angel--Iron City

"A solid entry in the Aliens tie-in series that expandsthe fictional universe in a meaningful way and offers readers a chance to reacquaint themselveswith some favorite characters." - BOOKLIST