My favourite of the Neuromancer covers

The opening sentence of a science fiction novel, perhaps more than any other genre, has a lot of work to do. Like all good fiction, it needs to hook you, jolt you into the story and establish the tone.

The Hellbound Heart - Clive Barker

The Hellbound Heart by Clive Barker is on Wesley’s read shelf. Wesley gave this book 4 stars

Love this version

All-TIME 100 Novels: How We Picked the List

Neuromancer, hand signed by William Gibson, Hardcover Edition, 1984

This is the copy I've got

Most of William Gibson’s novels revolve around a dystopian future society, but Neuromancer may be the best of them all.

... and this is why I haven't read any H.P. Lovecraft yet.

One Nation Under Cthulhu McNaughton parody The picture (origin unknown) delivers Lovecraft-inspired parody of a "One Nation Under God" themed painting that

Dune - Frank Herbert

Dune is a science fiction novel written by Frank Herbert, published in It won the Hugo Award in and the inaugural Nebula Award for Best Novel. Dune is frequently cited as the world's best-selling science fiction novel and was the start of the Dune saga.

White Light - Rudy Rucker

you could call it a sci-fi, or a math-fi, but Rudy calls it Transreal.

The Artificial Kid - Bruce Sterling

The Artificial Kid - Bruce Sterling

Great cover, reminds me of symbiote Spidey

A cover gallery for the comic book Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures 2

Cabal - Clive Barker

Cabal is a book written by Clive Barker. The movie Nightbreed is based off the book. However, scenes from the movie were left on the cutting room floor in hopes it would profit the studio. It did not fare very well.