Hyperthought by M. M. Buckner

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Hyperthought recounts the adventures of a young man who trusts an unscrupulous doctor to enhance his brain function, and of a young woman who tries to save him. The year is 2125, and the Earth has undergone drastic climate change due to global warming. People crowd in sealed underground habitats to avoid the stormy, toxic surface. Feisty little Jolie Sauvage leads extreme surface adventure tours for rich executives. Jolie's friend, Dr. Judith Merida, is peddling a new cosmetic neurosurgery, which she claims will wake the brain's latent, unconscious senses. Jolie introduces Dr. Merida to one of her wealthy tour group clients, Jin Sura, an arrogant but troubled young man with a terrible desire for knowledge. That will prove to be a disastrous mistake.

About M. M. Buckner

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M.M. BucknerAAA1/2s third novel, War Surf won the 2005 Philip K. Dick Award for best novel of the year. Her first novel, Hyperthought was nominated for the 2003 Philip K. Dick Award and won the SESFA Award. She resides in Nashville, Tennessee.
Published June 25, 2009 by e-reads.com. 212 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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