Casual readers beware! Between Two Minds: Awakening will get into your head!
As a paraplegic, Ryan has always dreamed of walking. He saved a small fortune to undergo a common procedure in his time to transfer his mind into a physically fit host body. Afterwards, his obsession with walking is immediately overshadowed by a strange and frightening side effect unraveling the reality he once knew.
A cleverly written, fast-paced science fiction thriller reminiscent of Aldous Huxley, William Gibson, Philip K. Dick, and Michael Crichton.
This gripping psychological thriller takes the reader on an adventure far beyond the potential consequences of transferring one’s consciousness to a new body. The interweaving story line will have the reader second guessing what is real and what is dream, and prove that knowing the truth can be the difference between life and death.
What Readers are Saying About Between Two Minds: Awakening
"The quintessential adventure story for modern sci-fi lovers who are intrigued by futuristic worlds…" - The Uncorked Librarian
"Readers interested in...genetic engineering will not want to miss this novel!" -Bitty Book Nook
"...an extraordinary book! Filled with sophisticated plot twists and other surprises." - John Bolinger, author Resisting Gravity
About the Author
D. C. Wright-Hammer is the innovative author behind the Between Two Mind series. Born and raised in Northwest Indiana, his family, friends, and experiences from "The Region" were paramount in shaping him as a person and author. D.C. is currently employed by a large Chicago-area software company as a certified scrum product owner. He spends his free time with his wife and two children and enjoys reading popular sci-fi, thriller, and fantasy books.
To stay up to date on all the latest information regarding D. C.'s books and other content, visit his website hammerstonecreative.com, Facebook, or Twitter.
As I was reading D.C.'s first book, it reminded me of the film Upgrade, with its genre and action (there is a little bit of gory violence at the start), but it soon switches gears to focus on the psychological and emotional aspects of the procedure.
As the story ramps up, Ryan, unfortunately, experiences side effects and there probably should've been a disclaimer on the operation that said: "Results may vary."
Fans of Altered Carbon may like this book. For me, it got me thinking a lot about the memory narrative, with stories like Inception, Last Year at Marienbad, or Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.