Brainjob

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Decades ago, Zenor’s brain was transplanted into a brainless clone body; a "brainjob" of another race after a near-fatal industrial accident. He's now reached 100 years old (brain time). But his cloned body is breaking down. He seeks help from the makers of his clone but all is not what it seems. The bio company that made his body has other, secret plans for him.

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About David Sloma

From a young age David Sloma was a writer. The earliest story he can remember writing is one about a shark (no doubt inspired by the movie JAWS).

He wrote throughout grade school (won a Remembrance Day poetry competition), and high school, honing his writing and contributing to his high school newspaper.

In university, he studied Creative Writing, contributing fiction, reporting, and comics to a campus newspaper, and also assisted with the layout. This is probably where he got the idea to start self-publishing his own books of poetry, which he did for several years, getting them into local bookstores where they often sold out.

His first sale was a science-fiction short story called "Cyber" and since then he has completed several novels including the sci-fi adventures "Brainjob" and "Robot Town", "Boi Meets Grl - a vampire story", "Deathsun 2012", screenplays, chapbooks of poetry, and various collections including short stories and non-fiction.

He has given many live poetry readings, and was a runner-up in a "poetry slam" where he had to write a poem on the spot, to the given topic - talk about pressure!

For more: http://www.davidsloma.com

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Review by: alexx thirty-seven on July 20, 2011 :
Brilliant book, I loved it. I can predict what's going to happen in most of what I read. This book caught me off guard quite a few times and I really enjoyed that. I was a little sad when I finished it because there was no more left to read.
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