Posts Tagged ‘ memory ’

Obsessed With the Past to Save the Future

October 27, 2014
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When Stanislaw Gombrowicz falls into a coma he finds himself in the strange land of Pileck with a new name and no memory. As we learn in James Eddy‘s novel “The Dark Era” in this new world, a war is raging between the people of Pileck and their monstrous enemies the Sinistrians and the Curzonians. Danger seems to be everywhere but as Stanislaw’s strength grows so does the threat when it becomes clear that it…

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How Our Brain-Stories Can Run Our Lives

April 5, 2013
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Who’s telling the story of your life, you or your brain? Searching for reasons her promising life had crumbled into obsessive thoughts and deep depression, Karen Lawrence uncovered an enigmatic past filled with deception, religious fanaticism and abuse. Now in her book “What My Heart Saw,” Karen merges fragments of childhood memory, current scientific research and insights gleaned from practicing mindfulness.to produce a deeply personal account of how our brain-stories can run our lives without…

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Technology Turned Homicidal

February 6, 2013
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What is real? What does it mean to have a human identity, in an age when technology threatens to overtake everything we are? Here’s what is going on in Emerson Freedman‘s thriller “Killer App”… Jacob’s reality begins to unravel the moment he is hired to hunt down the Chairman’s lost property. As cryptic clues appear out of thin air and the bodies pile up, he realizes that finding the missing machine might be his last…

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