The Multiplex Man
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". . . enough of a set-up to power most sci-fi/suspense novels to a satisfying conclusion, but this is only the start for Hogan."
    - Hartford Courant

"An engaging thriller set in the near future. . . . some humanistic and thorough characterization that must rank among the best in the many sf stories about personality implants and the consequent problems of fiddling with the human psyche."
    - Book World

"Enough surprises and plot twists to please even the most jaded reader."
    - Science Fiction Chronicle

"Keeps the reader guessing. . . . Deftly developed."
    - Washington Post

If you don't like happy endings, then
If you don't like challenging mysteries, then
If you think our resources are limited, our space program a waste, and more regulation of free marketeers the solution, then... you get the message.
But...if you like science fiction for its sense of hopeful competence and renaissance frontiers not politically correct right now, then read on...
Beware, this story has more twists and turns than a legislator's intestine. It is what Total Recall could have been without the steroids. It mixes the seat-edge action of the first Terminator, the logical convolutions of a LeCarre spy thriller, with the plausible extrapolation of Clarke and the intransigent hopefulness of Heinlein. As Friday is to the latter, this novel is the pinnacle of Hogan's work to date.
    -Aristotle Jones

"I know you probably get a pile of e-mail from fans of your work. But I got to tell you that your book The Multiplex Man was one of the best books i've ever read. I haven't read any of your other books yet but after Multiplex Man I'm sure I'll read more."
    - J.H. Kamloops, BC, Canada

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