The Great Gray Superhighway

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Neurosurgeon Hudson performs a procedure on Emily that lays down infrastructure in the brain to access intelligence, which he calls The Great Gray Superhighway. The operation is a success, Emily thrives. That is, until she begins seeing something that nobody else can see, something terrifying. It haunts her, is after her, finds a way into her through The Great Gray Superhighway. More

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Jeff Vrolyks lives with his supple wife of 7 years Christy in Simi Valley, California. He is a new writer, in that he recently discovered a passion for writing and hasn't stopped since. He was in the Air Force for a four year stint (cargo aircraft crew-chief), worked in the beer beverage industry, automotive industry, and in the oil fields on drilling rigs. His turn on’s include rain-forest thunderstorms, rainy sunsets at the beach, and glowing reviews from you. His turn off’s include driving in Los Angeles, working-out in an over-crowded gym with fat hairy people in spandex, and receiving scathing reviews from people intolerant of foul language and violence.
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bhuey reviewed on on April 29, 2014
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This book was excellent, and free! Better than a lot of books I've paid for and I read a lot. It was exciting and scary and more than held my interest. This author is going places.
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James Jenkins reviewed on on Feb. 6, 2014

I did not finish this book, giving two stars. This is part medical thriller, part science fiction (very near future) and part fantasy. I read 61% and while the writing and flow were ok, the book has way to many words in the middle. The lead characters are all financially well off, the believability factor of mundane plot points is low. The medical/science is glossed over lightly. When I stopped, there was insufficient motivation to read another 50,000 words.
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