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The Simultaneous Man Andrew Horne Aka Bear , A Russian Born U.S Scientist, Works At West Wing On Project Beta, A Secret Government Mind Control Project, Which Aims To Perfect The Art Of Brainwashing Until It Is Possible To Completely Re Make A Person S Mind And Soul The Project Operates On Hopeless Cases From Psychiatric Wards, And Prison Volunteers Who Would Otherwise Be Executed.After The Project S First Remake Fails Disastrously, They Decide To Base The Second Remake On The Mind Of Horne Himself The Prison Volunteer Chosen For The Remake Is A Black Soldier, Referred To As Prisvol 233 234, Who Has Killed An Officer And Been Sentenced To Death The Project First Uses Ultrasound To Destroy His Access To His Old Memories, And Then, Having Washed The Slate Clean, Exposes Him To Immersive Movie Reenactments Of Horne S Childhood, College Days, War Service, And Entry Into The Project As This Is Performed, The Reader Discovers That Horne Himself Was On The Receiving End Of Torture And Brainwashing In The Korean War, Which He Fought Against By Creating A False Self Which He Betrays To The Enemy The Lieutenant Kij Defense At The End Of This Process, 233 234, Now Known As Black Bear , Is, For All Intents And Purposes, Andrew Horne In A New Body.However, When Security Realizes That Black Bear Also Has All Of Horne S Secret Knowledge, And Considers Him A Security Risk, An Unstoppable Chain Of Events Begins Where Their Mirror Image Identities Lead Both Black Bear And Horne To East Wing In Russia.


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10 thoughts on “The Simultaneous Man

  1. says:

    Blum was involved in early Drug research, which is reflected in his sf novel The Simultaneous Man 1970 A convict undergoes, through advanced brainwashing, a Memory Edit that progressively erases his personality, rather as in Alfred Bester s earlier The Demolished Man or Robert Silverberg s later The Second Trip The process enables Identity Transfer from a research scientist, but eventually transforms the convict into a Doppelganger who haunts his original, a relationship that ends tragically Blum was involved in early Drug research, which is reflected in his sf novel The Simultaneous Man 1970 A convict undergoes, through advanced brainwashing, a Memory Edit that progressively erases his personality, rather as in Alfred Bester s earlier The Demolished Man or Robert S...


  2. says:

    Rather interesting cold war sci fi novella short novel The topic is a literal identity crisis when a scientist and a condemned prisoner blend minds in a science experiment gone wrong Lots of soul searching and flash backs ensue with a surprise twist at the end of the book s 3 parts which eventually takes the story on a sympathetic trip to the Soviet Union.Would make a good episode of the Twilight Zone and the writing is brusque and trim However, Blum is not well versed in the idiom of SF I Rather interesting cold war sci fi novella short novel The topic is a literal iden...


  3. says:

    A bit dated and it feltlike an episode of Night Gallery Rod Serling s series after Twilight Zone than a novel The characters were never really developed enough to care too much But, I read it to the end because I wanted to know how it turned out.


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