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Hyperthought by M.M. Buckner

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AuthorM.M. Buckner
TitleHyperthought
Series
Volume0
YearUnknown
GenreScience Fiction
 
Book Reviews / Comments (submitted by readers)
 
Submitted by martha 
(Apr 04, 2003)

Great read. If you enjoy a story that can completely engaged your mind, and only a handful of writer's can, try Buckner's Hyperthought. I couldnt put it down, stayed up late to finish it, and afterward, I kept thinking about it. The characters, like Jolie Sauage, pull you right into the story which is fast-paced, funny, scary, and raises provocative questions by exploring the 99% of the human brain science has yet to understand.


Submitted by Mark R. 
(Apr 04, 2003)

This is a Sci-fi read at it's best. Hard to put down as the characters take you on a sharp-edged, suspensful, yet just enough humor to keep it real, adventure. It is a story on three levels; the characters, the adventure, and our brain's perceptions of what is real. All woven masterfully by Buckner into an entertaining story which raises questions that are not easily answered. Read it, but don't loan it out, you'll want to read it again.




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