ISBN 9780330264273,Brain



Robin Cook


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ISBN 9780330264273

Pan Macmillan

Publication Year 1984

ISBN 9780330264273

ISBN-10 0330264273


Number of Pages 240 Pages
Language (English)


This title describes how a future generation of computers will function hard-wired to human brains. Katherine Collins goes to a private GYN clinic in Manhattan to get treated for some Gynac complaints. She also loses consciousness after having seizures, which happens when she smells a nauseating and strangely acquainted odour. The story revolves around Dr. Martin Philips, the protagonist, a 41 year-old neuroradiologist at the NYC medical centre. His girlfriend and colleague, Dr. Denise Sanger, is also involved in the same hospital. How are Katherine's and Philips's stories interrelated? Will Kat recover from her ailments?
About the author -:
Robin Cook is an American physician and writer. He is best known for: Coma, Sphinx, Terminal, Toxin and Mutation. A graduate of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Cook divides his time between writing and medical practice.