The Multiplex Man

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Phoenix Pick, 2011 - Fiction - 312 pages
8 Reviews
Who is Richard Jarrow? Is he the unassuming, mild-mannered teacher he thinks himself to be or something much more? And how does the brilliant scientist named Ashling fit into the picture? The Multiplex Man (winner of The Prometheus Award) is an intriguing thriller set in a future where every aspect of life on Earth is micromanaged by authorities who consider any deviation from the proscribed path as dangerous. Off-world colonies are considered dangerous enemies threatening to take Earth's precious resources . Jarrow must find Ashling who hold the key, not only to Jarrow's own identity, but to freedom itself.

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User Review  - Bill - Goodreads

Another quick, random book that my father threw at me. It's getting a bit dated, but it was a decent thriller type story set in the near future. The biggest knock I had against this book is that many ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sean Randall - Goodreads

"Let's put it this way. Either I walk off the other end of this bridge tonight. Or you never get to walk off it at all." I really enjoyed this book. The shifting viewpoints kept things interesting ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

James P. Hogan was the author of the popular Giants hard SF series and of multiple"New York Times "concept-driven science fiction best-sellers.? Hogan died suddenly in 2010.

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