Mind Melding

Mind Melding When prison inmates are given the chance at rehabilitation and early release by participating in an experiment many jump at the chance They bid on the opportunity to escape prison for days at a time

  • Title: Mind Melding
  • Author: Malissa M. Kent
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When prison inmates are given the chance at rehabilitation and early release by participating in an experiment, many jump at the chance They bid on the opportunity to escape prison for days at a time in excursions into the minds of normal, law abiding citizens The researchers hope that by seeing how normal people operate first hand, criminals will be brought within socWhen prison inmates are given the chance at rehabilitation and early release by participating in an experiment, many jump at the chance They bid on the opportunity to escape prison for days at a time in excursions into the minds of normal, law abiding citizens The researchers hope that by seeing how normal people operate first hand, criminals will be brought within society s norms And since it s impossible for the mind to be completely severed from its body, the experiment poses no risk to the ordinary citizens so the researchers think One woman is out to escape for good.This is a short story of approximately 4,000 words.

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    1. Book Summary: Convicted criminals are no longer sent to prison as a lost causeey're offered rehabilitation into normal society. Inmates are allowed to enter the mind of a civilian for a few days, to observe that person's life and understand how the thought processes of a normal, non-criminally inclined person work. Indira is a convicted bank robber, and has been in the program since its inception. She knows its limitations better than the researchers themselves. They think their experiment offer [...]

    2. When I came across the title "Mind Melding", it tickled my fancy alright; then, on reading its description, I resolved to give it a try. And what a treat I got! It is a short yet quite ingenious tale which I would insist on taking to the big screen. It has all the elements for a marvellous futuristic thriller.

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