Breakthrough

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 297 pages
  • Breakthrough
  • Ken Grimwood
  • English
  • 24 February 2018
  • 0345254708

About the Author: Ken Grimwood

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Breakthrough Twenty Six Year Old Elizabeth Austin Has Been Cured Of Epilepsy By A New And Daring Experimental Treatment Tiny Electrodes Implanted In Her Brain, Control Her Seizures And Restore Her To A Normal Life Free To Repair A Troubled Marriage And Resume An Abandoned Career But As Part Of Her Operation, Elizabeth Had Agreed To Have Other Electrodes Implanted In The So Called Silent Areas Of The Brain, Whose Functions Are Unknown To Modern Science And When One Of Those Electrodes Is Stimulated, Elizabeth Is Gripped By Strange, Shattering Sensations They Are Not Memories At Least, Not Her Memories.

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10 thoughts on “Breakthrough

  1. George says:

    My third Grimwood book and I d say it s definitely my least favorite, though it s still good Has a very slow start before it really gets going in the middle and near the end I couldn t put it down This was his first book and it s...

  2. Ömer says:

    4.35 5Epilepsiyle ilgili bir eyler okumak g zeldi Yorumu i in

  3. Bridget says:

    Breakthrough was apparently Grimwood s debut novel In some ways I can tell there are times where I wanted to rush him through some of the details and the medical talk It s not that it was not enjoyable, but I was anxious to get to the good stuff In other ways I can see the same intriguing sci fi thriller that I loved so much in Replay Elizabeth has had epilepsy her whole life and has her brain implanted with electrodes that help her control her seizures with the help of a remote control tra Breakthrough was apparently Grimwood s debut novel In some ways I can tell there are times where I wanted to rush him through some of the details and the medical talk It s not that it was not enjoyable, but I was anxious to get to the good stuff In other ways I can see the same intriguing sci fi thriller that I loved so much in Replay Elizabeth has had epilepsy her whole life and has her brain implanted with electrodes that help her control her seizures with the help of a remote control transmitter Along the way of testing the transmitter, she discovers visions very real, physical visions of another woman s life The book then turns towards her new obsession with thes...

  4. εlﻨբ ツ says:

    3 3,5 Ba lar s kt beni a k as Konu olarak g zel Epilepsi tedavisi yan nda Elizabeth beynin sessiz b lgeleriyle ilgili bir deneye g n ll oluyor Bu deney esnas nda kendini ba ka bir insan n zihninde buluyor ve o d nemde ya amak daha cazip geliyor kad na inde ya ad beyni ve bedeni ele ge irmeye al yor T bb bilgiler falan bo du beni bir ara Ama sonu ok rk t c yd K zd m o u yerde Elizabeth e Sanki kendi ya am gibi davrand e sana ne ki Tabi b yle bir sonu hak etti de d 3 3,5 Ba lar s kt beni a k as Konu olarak g zel Epilepsi tedavisi yan nda Elizabeth beynin sessiz b lgeleriyle ilgili bir deneye g n ll oluyor Bu deney esnas nda kendini ba ka bir insan n zihninde buluyor ve o d nemde ya amak daha cazip geliyor ka...

  5. Esma Tezgi says:

    Kaybolu istedi imi vermese de g zel bir kitapt , m kemmel de ildi ancak okunabilir bir roman zellikle sonu a rt c ve garipti, h l hislerim kesinle medi bu konuda ve hi de kesinle meyecek galiba lk b l mler epilepsi hastalar n z anlaman z ve empati kurman z sa l yor, bu k s mlar ok be endim, fark ndal m z artt rmam z gerekti ini bir kez daha g rm oldum Ko...

  6. Brenda says:

    Confusing Science fiction and horror, not my thing.

  7. Erin says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The first half of this book dragged for me I didn t really care about Elizabeth s childhood as an epileptic, I didn t really care about the doctor s scenes, and there was a lot of doctor character explains epilepsy surgery other medical things to layperson character that I could have done without But then Elizabeth starts to discover Jenny And it started to get good I d have liked a lottime with Jenny and Phillip If Elizabeth was in fact falling in love with Phillip, I d have liked The first half of this book dragged for me I didn t really care about Elizabeth s childhood as an epileptic, I didn t really care about the doctor s scenes, and there was a lot of doctor character explains epilepsy surgery other medical things to layperson character that I could have done without But then Elizabeth starts to discover Jenny And it started to get good I d have liked a lottime with Jenny and Phillip If Elizabeth was in fact falling in love with Phillip, I d have liked to seeof him, hear from him, not just passively watching him eat dinner and go for carriage rides I wanted to see Elizabeth listening to him being loving and sweet to Jenny, and wishing it was her There was some of this, but it was all Elizabeth recounting it in her journals, and we didn t SEE it, an...

  8. Gönül Akgül says:

    Yazar n T rk eye evirilmi t m kitaplar n okudum Umar m di erleri de evirilir Grimwood hala ya asayd da daha fazla yazsayd , 70 ve 80lerde m thi kurgular yapm Hayalg c inan lmaz.

  9. Dennis D. says:

    What would it be like if Michael Crichton had teamed up with Nora Roberts to write a science thriller set just a couple of years in the future, and then brought in Ray Bradbury to tweak the ending I suspect the by product of that collaboration might be very much like this book.The late Ken Grimwood is not a household name I ve had his third novel, Replay, on my to read list for a while That one won a World Fantasy Award for best novel in 1988, and has a pretty strong cult following Diehard What would it be like if Michael Crichton had teamed up with Nora Roberts to write a science thriller set just a couple of years in the future, and then brought in Ray Bradbury to tweak the ending I suspect the by product of that collaboration might be very much like this book.The late Ken Grimwood is not a household name I ve had his third novel, Replay, on my to read list for a while That one won a World Fantasy Award for best novel in 1988, and has a pretty strong cult following Diehard Replay fans seem to also hold this, Grimwood s 1976 debut novel, in high regard, so I decided to check out the earlier work first.Our heroine is Eli...

  10. Matt says:

    I was amused reading this, because I ve read Replay twice, a book I consider among my very favorites You can see that Grimwood had been playing with the idea of living other lives from the very beginning, in this, his first novel My only criticism is that Grimwood deserved a better editor, there s a lot of bloated stream consciousness and extra details that don t serve to further the plot along this would have been better as a novella I did guess at the ending, but that didn t make it less I was amused reading this, because I ve read Replay twice, a book I consider among my very favorites You can see that Grimwood had been playing with the idea of living other lives from the very beginning, in this, his fir...