Quebec, QC (Vocus) September 18, 2010
From author Isabelle Soucy Chartier comes a captivating novel made available through Xlibris. Titled Thoughts Gone Wrong, this book of fiction contains a skillfully crafted plot of scientific breakthroughs, self-discovery, and the struggle to learn the truth.
Triggering the explosion of a new scientific era, a breakthrough in the contemporary history of technology was made public. After eleven years of testing and empirical research, inventor Dr. Turman presents to the world a device that allows people to record their thoughts. This new device rapidly reaches a level of popularity that matches the most successful technological innovations of all time. It is welcomed onto the market with open arms, and quickly becomes the device for anyone and everyone.
Yet the fame does not last as rumors of potential damage caused by this device surface. Not long after, reports of thought-theft and use-related memory-loss tarnish the reputation of the device. Puzzled by these claims, Dr. Turman and the Thought Recorder team dig into the core of the matter and unravel the shocking truth.
Stirring and vividly descriptive, Thoughts Gone Wrong is definitely a great read for fans of fiction. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Isabelle Soucy Chartier could summarize her passions to psychology, traveling, literature, and various forms of physical activity. She links these four spheres together in her daily activities. She would be just as likely to be found attending an overseas psychology conference, creating novel plots while running, or conducting research on the psychological impacts of exercise.
Her background led her to a comprehensive view of how external sources such as the environment and divers situations affect individuals, which emerge in her writing in the form of implicit social commentaries.
She now lives in Québec, Canada, with her patient and supportive husband.
Thoughts Gone Wrong * by Isabelle Soucy Chartier
Publication Date: September 15, 2010
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 289 pages; 978-1-4535-1567-9
Trade Hardback; $26.99; 289 pages; 978-1-4535-1568-6
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-1569-3
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