MindWar by Darrell Bain

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When terrorists try to poison undergraduate schools with a nerve agent, the scheme backfires. Instead of causing death, the chemical stimulates the mirror neurons in the students' brains, causing them to multiply and become hyperactive. This, in turn, leads to unusual talents. As the children grow, their teachers and other institutions become very interested in the odd perceptive ability they begin displaying. Government, industry, military, drug cartels, businesses and the underworld all want to use them for their own purposes. Some of the young men and women have different ideas. They will fight to keep their freedom, especially after a few of them begin to develop another odd talent, one that may change the world.
 

About Darrell Bain

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Darrell Bain is the author of three dozen books in many genres who is known for his fast-paced tales and unusual plots. In 2005 Darrell was named "Fictionwise Author of the Year.
 
Published October 1, 2007 by Double Dragon eBooks. 232 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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