Mirage
by F. Paul Wilson and Matthew J. Costello

Identical twins with extreme opposite personalities find out their father made them different to test his theories. The artistic daughter is in a coma. The scientist daughter uses brain sensors and computers to enter her sisterís mindscape to try to revive her. Destined to be a classic.

Year Read: 2002


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