Between Grief and Remembrance

Wracked by insomnia, grieving for his lost wife, Oliver Brinkman turns to a renowned sleep expert Dr. Leopold Neumann for answers.
But he might not like what he hears. Because in a dizzying world wrought by incredible advances in augmented cognetics, when miracles arrive—medical or otherwise—they don't come tied in a nice, tidy box.
A moving tale of love, loss, and what it means to be human. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301787050
About Ken Hinckley

Writer and working scientist Ken Hinckley resides in the Seattle area with his wife and children. His fiction appears in professional markets including Nature, Penumbra, and Fiction River, and his research career spans some 80 scientific papers and 150 patents (and counting). He believes he may yet have a good idea or two left in him.
You can find him at kenhinckley.wordpress.com.

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