He Mind Reading & My Love [NOOK Book]

Overview

“Are you Steve Jobs?"

A dying high-tech innovator’s love via Mind Reading. For love or visionary? A woman’s longing for love, mono elegy to inherit ghosts. Spirit or Mind Reading’s creature?

Real-time streaming Mind Reading through watch movies. EPOC headset or MRI scan don’t require for Mind Reading, question why IBM 5-in-5 can’t catch up this vivid scenario! Who can ...
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He Mind Reading & My Love

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Overview

“Are you Steve Jobs?"

A dying high-tech innovator’s love via Mind Reading. For love or visionary? A woman’s longing for love, mono elegy to inherit ghosts. Spirit or Mind Reading’s creature?

Real-time streaming Mind Reading through watch movies. EPOC headset or MRI scan don’t require for Mind Reading, question why IBM 5-in-5 can’t catch up this vivid scenario! Who can achieve this?

A controversial psychological suspicious love twisted with religious edge. None dare to say even after read it. With documentary and critical approach, this 13800 words novelette is looking for an answer.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013818910
  • Publisher: Fong Soon
  • Publication date: 1/4/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 40
  • File size: 233 KB

Meet the Author

Fong Soon, with a pure, delicate, fantastic mind to observe the unpredictable life and influence of new gadget in an experimental and critical approach.

"He, Mind Reading & My Love" is about a woman's love with a dying hi-tech innovator who employed none would believe mind reading gadget to sustain his last love. For Love or Visionary?
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2012

    OK WTH? Honestly I tried to read this in the spirit in which it

    OK WTH? Honestly I tried to read this in the spirit in which it was written as a woman who has lost her loved one to an illness (or that is what I'm honestly guessing that it was about.) Only 47 pages long and took me a couple of hours to get through because I had to keep rereading segments. If they were going for artistic and surreal then they made it but honestly i it was a hard read and could have used some major editing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2012

    Clever storytelling, suspicious ending and love

    Not difficult to figure out who was that late hi-tech innovator. Would you fall in love with a dying idol? A story of stupid people do stupid things. Ended with questions and doubts, were the love and paranormal encounters driven and triggered by Mind Reading? The documentary approach was a clever storytelling method for an unbelievable memoir about what a famous dying innovator did and what happened to a mourned woman. Many detailed descriptions and hints to reveal the secrets. It also portrayed the influences of internet and social media on modern life and thoughts. The APP demo night for Android Developer Camp presented a trendy game for tech geeks and StartUp companies. You can feel true love when reading, sad and touching. Nevertheless, if you are fan of that innovator, you won't like this story, too early to know....

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