THE INFINITE BRAIN by Charles R. Long

THE INFINITE BRAIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

1009 years dead, Andrew Galeko is revived to Janesse, a lovely young thing, and some others in outer space. But he cannot shake the dreams, visitations and psychic transgressions back to his earth of a thousand years before and only belief in The Mind, a spiritual organism, can save him from these anachronistic excursions. The critical moment comes when Hunter, who has perpetrated these events, tries to manipulate Andrew for the last time and Andrew defers to The Mind- and of course Janessa... For a story with much mention of high speeds, this one is alarmingly slow.

Publisher: Bouregy & Curl