Lightborn - Tricia Sullivan Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841494074 / Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Tricia Sullivan / 464 pages / Book published 2010-10-07 by Orbit
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by - written on 25/03/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Lightborn by Tricia Sullivan Ok.....Stay with me in this one.....I promise it'll be worth it.....and I won't give anything away...... Set in an alternative now (we first meet Xavier in 2006) this book is built on the not unrealistic premise that technology has been developed that allows for information, experiences, education and self-improvement to be delivered directly into the brain. This is achieved through programmed light patterns that are received through the optical nerves. Because the technology requires a certain physically maturity and brain development it doesn't work until the recipient reaches puberty. In the patois of the book ... Read the complete review
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