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Brain Rose by Nancy Kress
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Jul 07, 2010

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One of Nancy Kress' earlier works, this story deals with a latter day plague which robs victims of their ability to reason and undergo cognitive experiences. Instead, they ruminate over the same experiences day after day. In addition, an experimental group is using brain surgery to evoke "past lives" and have them become a part of the subject's persona. These two parallel happenings become intertwined in an interesting and sometimes unexpected way. A precursor (not a prequel) for Beggars In Spain

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