Identity Changes by Jean Guy M. Joseph

Identity Changes

byJean Guy M. Joseph

Kobo ebook | February 21, 2012

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Identity Changes, a professionally edited literary fiction novel of approximately 100,000 words, targets a high school to middle-age demographic, and chronicles the saga of a charming and genial neuroscientist who abuses a telepathically-gifted family to reach his goals and, ultimately, finds salvation in his victims.
In 2047, Eric Moore, an ambitious, overachieving high school senior, desperate to secure his financial future, volunteers for an experimental Memory Transfer from a wealthy donor.
Now, five years later, Dr. Eric Moore, renowned neurosurgeon, begins to suffer disturbing nightmares and troubling loss of control of his body and actions. His sister, Sandra, and their mother, Nancy, also begin to question their sanity, neither able to fathom they are guinea pigs for a scientist with a novel and unique entertainment concept.
Dr. Alfred Schlechtholz, a former lead researcher in the Transfer is toying with their minds and bodies, refining the plagiarized Memory Transfer protocol into an Identity Transfer process, transforming human beings into remote-controlled marionettes, hoping to create a new genre of entertainment: telepathic broadcasting of live human experiences to voyeuristic audiences. But when Eric succumbs to random carjacking, leaving him in deep coma, everything is put in jeopardy; humanity reemerges.
Alfred manages to save Eric’s life, gaining his victims’ good graces, unaware that his machinations have a boomerang effect: the predator is prey. The manipulator is also controlled, becoming symbiotic. Soon, provoked by his arrogance, Sandra’s powers awaken. She successfully challenges him and breaks free, turning the tables and changing the family’s and Alfred’s dynamics forever.

Title:Identity ChangesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 21, 2012Publisher:Jean Guy M. JosephLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0985140011

ISBN - 13:9780985140014

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