The Dark Fields

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St Martins Press, 8 de jan. de 2003 - 342 páginas
'There are enough twists and thrills to keep readers up late-even without resorting to illegal and dangerous substances.'- The New York Times Book Review Imagine a drug that makes your brain function with perfect efficiency, tapping into your most fundamental resources of intelligence and drive, releasing all the passive knowledge you'd ever accumulated. A drug that made you focused, charming, fast, even attractive. Eddie Spinola is on such a drug. It's called MDT-48, and it's Viagra for the brain-a designer drug that's redesigning his life. But while MDT is helping Eddie achieve the kind of success he's only dreamed about, it's also chipping away at his sanity-splitting headaches, spontaneous blackouts, violent outbursts. And now that he's hooked and his supply is running low, Eddie must venture into the drug's dark past to feed his habit. What he discovers proves that MDT, once a dream come true, has become his worst nightmare.

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Review: The Dark Fields

Comentário do usuário  - William Guilfoyle - Goodreads

Fantastic work by the writer. I would have chosen a different ending. But it's the author's choice, so we'll leave it at that. The man did a lot of great research, and the whole thing plays out quite well. Read it in a couple of days time. Ler resenha completa

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Sobre o autor (2003)

Alan Glynn is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin. His first novel, "The Dark Fields", was released as the movie "Limitless" in 2011. His other novels include "Bloodland", "Winterland", and "Graveland". He is married and lives in Ireland.

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