|Terminal Man, the (1972) [Novel]|
by Michael Crichton
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(From the publisher):
Harry Benson suffers from violent seizures. When he becomes part of an experimental program that sends electrodes to his brain to calm him, he is in recovery. Until he discovers how to get those soothing pulses more frequently, and then escapes the hospital—on a murderous rampage with a deadly agenda....
Original title: The Terminal Man
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Technology→ Computers, Automation, Artificial Intelligence
- Dedication: "To Kurt"
- Cover art by Paul Bacon (1973 Bantam Book edition)