Publish date: October 2001
Publisher: MacMillan UK
Pages no: 465
Edition language: English
Natalie Armstrong sees the world, and the mind, differently. She's on the cutting edge of innovation using technology to repair and bridge neural pathways. But what can heal can also hurt, and her technology is leaked to the less scrupulous and less patient. So starts a game of cat and mouse with...
Have had this kicking around for years, and have finally got around to reading it, and wish I had earlier.Readly good near future sci fi, looking at a form of mind control, and the battle between the various agencies to control this technology. Has a number of main characters, and various threads th...
(review originally posted on my livejournal account: http://intoyourlungs.livejournal.com)I have never heard of this book before. I've heard of Justina Robson before, but I've never read her or really had any inclination to (not that I think she's a bad author, but the one book I heard about by her,...
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