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Andrew LeonardRichard K. Morgan is one of science fiction's bright young lights, a crisp stylist who demonstrates equal facility with action scenes and angst. His debut, Altered Carbon (2003), a masterly reworking of the cyberpunk and noir genres, won him immediate attention in the S.F. universe -- and a lucrative movie deal from Joel Silver, the producer of ''The Matrix.'' Morgan's second novel, Broken Angels, solidified his reputation. His new book is a darker, angrier piece of work. For Chris Faulkner, even the daily drive to work is a life-or-death struggle. You never know when a colleague from across the hall might try to run you down.
— The New York Times