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After Mind

By Spencer Wolf
  • ISBN Code: : 0986217506
  • Publisher : BentStrong Books
  • Pages : 378
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 238
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  • Pdf : after-mind.pdf

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After Mind crosses incredible technology with intense human emotions in the near-future story of Cessini Madden, a boy who is deathly allergic to water and who must rediscover his identity after he's brought back to life by his father's artificial intelligence breakthrough.

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