What if Alan Turing, founder of the modern computer age, escaped assassination by the secret service to become the lover of Beat author William Burroughs? What if they mutated into giant shapeshifting slugs, fled the FBI, raised Burroughs�s wife from the dead, and tweaked the H-bombs of Los Alamos? A wild beatnik adventure, compulsively readable, hysterically funny, with insane warps and twists�and a bad attitude throughout.
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About the Author
Born in 1946 in Kentucky, Rucker is a writer, a mathematician, and a computer scientist. He�s authored thirty-plus books, two of which received Philip K. Dick awards. His works include cyberpunk and transreal novels, plus nonfiction books on infinity and the fourth dimension.
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