|Mind Catcher (2002) [Novel]|
by John Darnton
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DOES THE MIND EXIST AFTER THE BODY DIES?
Are there rational explanations for intuition and paranormal events? Is the soul really more than a feeling?
Brain damaged in a near-death trauma, thirteen-year-old Tyler lies in a New York hospital bed. At his side, his father waits helplessly as two scientists take charge of the boy's fate.
One is a neurosurgeon. His unorthodox approach uses computers to control the patient's responses. The other is a researcher with an experimental method of his own--isolate the spark of human consciousness...and caputre it forever.
Together, they're sending Tyler for beyond the frontiers of medical science into a dark and terrifying netherworld of man and machine--a place no living soul has gone before...and from which one desperate person will try to bring him back.
Original title: Mind Catcher
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Paranormal Powers
Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Technology