Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓


  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • Mindplayers
  • Pat Cadigan
  • English
  • 05 August 2019
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10 thoughts on “Mindplayers

  1. Sara Sara says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFOk, I ll start by saying that it s not the best book in the world or anything But I love it Taking place in a slightly futuristic Earth where people have learned to control and manipulate their minds for fun and profit mostly for fun , the main character is a Mind Player, sort of like a psychiatrist who actually walks though your mind with yo


  2. Tobin Tobin says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFOne of my top 10 I read it yearly, if notfrequently Science fiction Future society where people can connect mind to mind and a woman who becomes a counselor in a time when people can share their innermost lives and then need help dealing with the consequences The main character seems initially shallow and immature, but she grows on you, and grows into herself The world which can seem confusing, having so many new constructs to assimilate, is rich and has surprising detail for so sho One of my top 10 I read it yearly, if notfrequently Science fiction Future society where people can connect mind to mind and a woman who becomes a counselor in a time when people can share their innermost lives and then need help dealing with the consequences The main character seems initially shallow and immature, but she grows on you, and grows into herself The world which can seem confusing, having so many new constructs to assimilate, is rich and has surprising detail for so s


  3. Beth Beth says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFAlexandra Haas henceforth known as Allie has gotten in trouble with the law for the first time Her buddy Jerry Wirerammer hooked her up with an illegal madcap and the thing didn t have a proper shutdown mode, so she was stuck in a p


  4. Fraser Simons Fraser Simons says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFYou ve got to look while it s happening Otherwise you miss seeing it the way it should be seen With first wave cyberpunk in full swing in 1987, Pat Cadigan s Mindplayers represents somewhat of an anomaly While cyberspace was the predominate playground for


  5. Leo Robertson Leo Robertson says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFGot it as part of a Cadigan omnibus on sale Learned from an interview with her that it s a fix up novel from a bunch of short stories which makes sense Starts out great, winds up pretty confusing I was almost completely lost by the last quarter.But the ideas and bits of it that were great were very good indeed Looking forward to the other novels in the ombinus which aren t her first novel mashed together from a bunch of vaguely connected stories P


  6. Jim Jim says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFThis has been siting on my bookshelf for 10 plus year Thinking I should give it a try.From the author s blog which you can follow by following her author s page here at Good Reads This has been siting on my bookshelf for 10 plus year Thinking I should give it a try.From the author s blog which you can follow by following her author s page here at Good Reads


  7. Stig Edvartsen Stig Edvartsen says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFIt s an incredibly uneven book Very unpolished in places, confusing, brilliant, sharp, edgy, laugh out funny, frightening, insensitive, haunting, mocking and loving.I suspect this is a book that will change with each re read.


  8. Lysergius Lysergius says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFHmm, I think I have been a Mind criminal for a very long time


  9. Scarlett Scarlett says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDF4.5 stars I really loved this novel Cadigan s first published work, and boy am I impressed The vibrancy of the interior worlds, the sleek mental architecture it was all so deep and dazzling I want to be a mind player so bad I definitely have the awfully mental life qualification covered And I could use a pathosfinder to help me elevate my lucid living Didn t quite reach 5 stars because the narrative flow dragged at points, but each excavation of a new mind brought me right back in We 4.5 stars I really loved this novel Cadigan s first published work, and boy am I impressed The vibrancy of the interior worlds, the sleek mental architecture it was all so deep and dazzling I want to be a mind player so bad I definitely have the awfully mental life qualification covered And I could use a pathosfinder to help me elevate my lucid living Didn t quite reach 5 stars because


  10. Jack Jack says:

    Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFThere is basically no story, no plot, no conflict, just page after page of some girl exploring her mind Oh, she goes to school And then gets a job Halfway through and would like my money back Don t plan on forcing myself to finish a book that s less interesting than a math textbook.


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MindplayersHardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFFor Allie, putting on the madcap that Jerry borrowed was a very big mistake The psychosis itself was quite conventional, but it didn t go away when she took the madcap off, so the Brain Police took over leaving her with a choice go to jail as a mind criminal or become a mindplayer.


About the Author: Pat Cadigan

Hardcover ñ Mindplayers PDF/EPUB ✓ mindplayers kindle, MindplayersMindplayers PDFPat Cadigan is an American born science fiction author, who broke through as a major writer as part of the cyberpunk movement Her early novels and stories all shared a common theme, exploring the relationship between the human mind and technologyHer first novel, Mindplayers, introduced what became a common theme to all her works Her stories blurred the line between reality and perception by making the human mind a real and explorable place Her second novel, Synners, expanded upon the same theme, and featured a future where direct access to the mind via technology was in fact possibleShe has won a number of awards, including the prestigious Arthur C Clarke Award twice,in , and for her novels Synners and FoolsShe currently lives in London, England with her family.