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This is Macdonald's first novel and I must say for a novice he did pretty well. The literary style reminds me of the German authors Hermann Hesse and Gunter Grass. The Mind Game is a book written with the sole intention of messing with the reader's mind. It documents in rather vengeful detail the perils of... Continue Reading →
This is by far the most intense scientific work of fiction I have ever read. The genius and prolific Professor of Biochemistry Isaac Asimov outdid himself in this book. It exudes a nostalgic aura of missing one's future even before one has lived out his present. The book is set in the third century of... Continue Reading →
That slimy pulp of tissue between your ears cannot function without functioning. The mind was meant to be used; when it stops working you lose your humanity. Note my graciousness to Science by stipulating the non-functionality of the brain as the loss of one's humanity and not the end of one's life. Reference is made... Continue Reading →