Transmigration by J. T. McIntosh
(Prologue Science Fiction)

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One man’s terrifying journey out of his mind - and into many others!

Fletcher was dying. But it wasn’t that simple. His mind refused to follow his body; instead, it moved from brain to brain: young, old, healthy, ill, men, women. But now he found himself in the brain of Charles Searle, the twisted scientist who had altered Fletcher’s mind, leaving him a disembodied personality.

Fletcher now shared his brain.

And Searle was dying.

 

About J. T. McIntosh

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J.T. McIntosh is the pseudonym used by the Scottish science fiction writer James Murdoch Macgregor. Born in 1925 in Renfrewshire, he published his first short story in 1950 in Astounding Science Fiction. His first novel was published in 1953. He died in 2008.
 
Published October 1, 2012 by Prologue Books. 180 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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