Denver, CO, May 29, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- A neurosurgeon won funding and assembled a research team to create a complete computer map of a human brain. He got his unlikely brain donor when he shot an intruder in his home and the police wanted a piece of his brain too. The project moved along beautifully until the test subject woke up inside a computer and asked, “Am I sick? Am I dead?”
This test subject was a contract killer sent to kill the doctor, but now he had to help his victim stay alive so he could too. Another hit man arrived to complicate things and the doctor, whose idea of an exciting day had something to do with research or funding, had to fight for his life. Several car chases, strange places, and a stakeout later, the doctor returned to work to find out that a disc set went to a big car company and the CIA came along to take his project away.
The hit man woke up inside the car company’s computer and found out that he was going to be part of a revolutionary new car, smart enough to drive, but dumb enough to behave. He would be the safest car in the world. He had something else in mind, and managed to come to life inside a very lethal machine. The doctor had to take on his brain donor again, but this time he had to fight against a super car with a bad attitude.
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