|Zeitgeist (2000) [Novel]|
by Bruce Sterling
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It's 1999, and in the Turkish half of Cyprus, the ever-enterprising Leggy Starlitz has alighted -- pausing on his mission to storm the Third World with the G-7 girls, the cheapest, phoniest all-girl rock group ever to wear Wonderbras and spandex. His market is staring him in the face: millions of teenagers trapped in a world of mullahs and mosques, all ready to blow their pocket change on G-7's massive merchandising campaigne -- and to wildly anticipate music the band will never release.
Leggy's brilliant plan means doing business with some of the world's most dangerous people. Among these thieves, schemers, and killers, he must act quickly and decisively. Y2K is just around the corner -- and the only rule to live by is that the whole scheme stops before the year 2000. But Leggy's G-7 Zeitgeist is in serious jeopardy, for in Istanbul his former partners are getting restless -- and the G-7 girls are beginning to die...
Original title: Zeitgeist
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction