Destructive Interference by Martin Skogsbeck

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Science and humanity collide like a giant meteor causing incalculable destruction … a smashing novel, executed with great skill, and not easily forgotten.
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"In a last attempt to find his lost friend, the French neurologist Redan reveals the incredible story of Gustav. He tells us everything, not fearing the consequences of bringing their secret into light. But Redan has no choice for his sanity is at stake.

The reader embarks on a fascinating journey through the realms of memory. A Parisian upbringing, a deadly cold Swedish winter and an undercover brain research lab in the Boston area are the settings for this captivating, Poe inspired psychological drama. In an ultimate quest for truth, Gustav and Redan will connect in a way that neither of them thought was possible...
Love, friendship, obsession and mystery combine as the winning ingredients of this wide-ranging and exciting first novel.
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Published April 18, 2012 by Xlibris. 252 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Science and humanity collide like a giant meteor causing incalculable destruction … a smashing novel, executed with great skill, and not easily forgotten.

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