love this book
It's written in kind of a stream-of-consciousness ADHD style, though. There were some times where I felt like there was very little exposition/explanation and I was left with a "wait... what the fuck is he talking about?" reaction, and it wasn't because my vocabulary was lacking. I could just imagine William Gibson inhaling a big line of coke and technobabbling a bit too fast.
but then he also has moments of brilliance with the vivid descriptions of cyberpunk cityscapes and memorable pulpy characters + his scifi concepts were so far ahead of the time that you have to respect it. The Matrix owes everything to Neuromancer, which preceded it by almost two decades.