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The Mind Brothers

(Mind Brothers #1)

2.67  ·  Rating details ·  12 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Crossroads in Time

The last man alive in Earth's dim future helps foil a deadly espionage plot...TODAY!!

The future of life on Earth is at a few days, hours, or minutes ago civilization took the wrong turn. Can the fatal mistake be corrected? Can the future be canged?

Jason Starr, genius, found himself the focal point of a complex Communist plot against America..
Mass Market Paperback, 1st, 159 pages
Published January 1st 1967 by Prestige Books, Inc. (NY)
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Dec 19, 2017 rated it it was ok
A somewhat sci-to novel that moved way to quickly. You have Jason Starr and Adam Cyber(the brothers) who are slated to save the world. The chapters were exciting but had no substance. Overall and okay read for a quick book.
Roger Bailey
I am giving this four stars simply because I quite enjoyed reading it. However, I will criticize it as being one of those science fiction novels that did not really have to be science fiction. A man named Jason Starr invents a mind control device and his invention is stolen by a nefarious Chinese scientist. Read that as a Dr. Fu Manchu stereotype. Then a man from 50,000 years in the future shows up to help Jason recover his invention and reputation. The rest of the story is an international thri ...more
Erik Graff
Dec 31, 2008 rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: Irvine fans
Recommended to Erik by: no one
Shelves: sf
Robert Ralsteru Irvine (aka Peter Heath, Peter Heath Fine, Robert R. Irvine) is primarily a mystery writer known for his Moroni Traveler series about a Mormon detective. This science fiction novel reflects his background and wasn't very good.
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