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Under Lock and Key: The Experiment by Robin GeesmanThis fascinating and terrifying sci-fi thriller reveals sordid characteristics in bad individuals and sheer lunacy in the criminally insane. Teetering on the brink of madness, this chilling psychological thriller delves into elaborate experiments that violate privacy and ethics while attempting to heal unimaginable injury to the human mind and body. A respected scientist loses his sanity and becomes a brutal killer. As his children recover from traumatic injuries he has inflicted, they are kept alive by machines in a clandestine government program that seeks to integrate brain function and computerized communication, creating a realm that allows them to interact with other patients and uninjured family members. Geesman develops her characters gradually, allowing action scenes to bring out their best and worst.
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Wired pun intended and strung out for maximum impact. It is Fantastically Shocking with a twist. My friend gave me this book a little bit after my 13th birthday and it is the first romance book I have ever read. Aileen marked it as to-read Jul 19.Feb 28, Strategically played out like a chess game. Taking too long. Eggp rated it did not like it Aug 21, Jill rated it it was ok Shelves: romance.
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The administration, of course, moved swiftly to distance itself from what had been revealed, and then to pin the blame on a few rotten apples in the mix. Though the White House's arguments failed to stem popular outrage over the abuse, two key components of the story never quite seemed to breach the intense reaction to Abu Ghraib. Not only had the men assigned to set up the prison once held high positions of power in the American prison system, but many of the sickening psychological and physical abuses inflicted upon Iraqi captives had long since been used to terrorize our own citizens as well. Abu Ghraib was cleaned up; no such luck for many of the 2. Yet over the decades many of those very techniques have been used, with or without official approval, in prisons throughout the United States, from Quaker penitentiaries to southern chain gangs. One in every 32 Americans is currently under some form of correctional supervision, a ratio that surpasses that of any other country in the world.
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Kemy marked it as to-read Jul 19. A respected scientist loses his sanity and becomes a brutal killer. Maria marked it as to-read Jul 18.Buy on Amazon. Phetcharat marked it as to-read Jul 23. Average rating 3.
Under Lock and Key 1? Though the White House's arguments failed to stem popular outrage over the abuse, two key components of the story never quite seemed to breach the intense reaction to Abu Ghraib. Original Title. Abramsky's rightful contention boo that cruel and unusual punishment has always been the modus operandi of our criminal 'justice' system and the nation's prisons, particularly where the poor and people of color are concerned.