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Julia and the Dream Maker (Rethinking the Future series)

by P. J. Fischer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0974428701, Paperback)

Three graduate students’ lives and ambitions collide in this near-future drama where experiments in genetics and computer intelligence converge, leading to courtroom confrontations and to an evolutionary leap that may redefine humanity.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:32 -0400)

Three graduate students in search of a little extra money create a toy for profit that pushes the limits of artificial intelligence and changes their futures in this slipstream novel. One student lands in jail, charged with violating genetic manipulation laws, while another becomes more deeply involved with their creation, Julia, when she comes to realize the significance of their accomplishment. Elements of fiction and fantasy intertwine in this tale of how a new era of human history is ushered in through the enterprising activities of cash-strapped graduate students.… (more)

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