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The Terminal Experiment
     

The Terminal Experiment

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by Robert J. Sawyer
 

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Dr. Peter Hobson has created three electronic simulations of his own personality. But they all have escaped from Hobson's computer into the web-and one of them is a killer.

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The Terminal Experiment 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well truth be told, I did read this book in one sitting, I really couldn't put it down. On the other hand, the whole sub-plot of the affair between the main charactor and his wife sounds more like the author dealing with personal problems than an important part of the story. The mystery will keep you guessing to the end however. This book is a pretty good read.
ManInTheWild More than 1 year ago
Another very good read by Robert J. Sawyer. I may have had more fun finding mistakes in this story when I read it than just following the story itself. I know I mentioned a few of them to others. It seemed like just about everything that happened between the writing of this book and the time the story was set in (up to December 2011 which is when I actually read the book) was different from what happened in the book except the name of the current pope. If a certain author hadn't died young, a part of this story might have been more true, and close to the mention of that author in the book, it mentioned someone else that's currently alive as having passed on. Of course when the book was written it would have been safe to guess they end up the other way around.
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