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10 thoughts on “The Electronic Mind Reader

  1. says:

    The Electronic Mind Reader is the twelfth Rick Brant adventure, and may be the best entry in the series The scientific angle is pretty interesting, though it sspeculative than usual The mystery isdetailed and engaging than in many of the books, and the consequences of the acts of the nefarious bad guys can be quite chilling if our heroes can t solve the puzzle and save the day in time This volume also introduces Jan Miller, the first and only young lady in whom Rick shows any hint The Electronic Mind Reader is the twelfth Rick Brant adventure, and may be the best entry in the series The scientific angle is pretty interesting, though it sspeculative than usual The mystery isdetailed and engaging than in many of the books, and the consequences of the acts of the nefarious bad guys can be quite chilling if our heroes can t solve the puzzle and save the day in time This volume also introduces Jan Miller, the first and only young lady in whom Rick shows any hint of romantic interest through out the series The adventure is set on the familiar confines of Spindrift for the most part, so there s a lot going for it The Rick Brant books were a series of boys today they d just be labeled y.a scientific originally called electronic adventures that were written between the late 40s and 60s They were in many ways superior to the better known Tom Swift, Jr books they wererealistic and included descriptions of projects and puzzles that engaged the reader, as well as havingdown to earth settings and set ups andrealistic and likable characters Rick lived on Spindrift Island, the location of a small but superior scientific facility headed by his father, Hartson Brant, along with his friend Scotty who was originally an ex Marine veteran of World War Two , his younger sister Barby, his mother who was never named other than Mom or Mrs Brant so far as I can recall, and a large and expanding likable cast of scientists, and including Dismal Diz , the family dog Spindrift was a lovely and wonderful location, as detailed by the map on the endpapers in each volume, with a farm, a rocket launcher, cliffs and woods, a pirate s field, a dock and airfield, an orchard, a large house and laboratory facility in short, everything a right thinking young person of the 1950 s could ever need There was a fine and ever changing cast of supporting characters in addition to the Island residents, including Chahda an enterprising and bright young friend from India , and Agent Steve Ames, government liaison beyond compare, whom I always believed to be related to Harlan Ames, the security chief in the Tom Swift, Jr books Typically the stories started at home, on Spindrift, and then took the boys to some remote and exotic location in the company of one orof the cast of scientists, where they would have adventures, solve mysteries, and perform valuable scientific experiments and research They re fun and exciting stories despite inevitable dating, and I am enjoying revisiting them


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  3. says:

    This could be used almost unchanged.Maybe require Jan to take a real SCUBA courseAlso, there is current research that uses magnets to alterbrain activity, so the basic weapon would still be pausible.An exciting story, a little scary.Also Jan Miller is introduced and is a welcome addition.