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An Audience for Einstein is Bookclubz' Book of the Month.

Use these discussion questions to guide your next meeting.

"One of the top nine young adult science fiction novels of all time." - The Huffington Post What if your memories could live on in someone else? Professor Percival Marlowe is a brilliant, elderly astrophysicist who's dying, his greatest achievement still unfinished and now beyond his diminished means. Doctor Carl Dorning, a neurosurgeon, finally discovers a secret method of transplanting memories from one person to another thanks to Marlowe's millions. Miguel Sanchez, a homeless boy, agrees to become the recipient of Marlowe's knowledge and personality in the unorthodox experiment, enticed by Dorning's promises of intelligence, wealth and respect but dangerously unaware that his own identity will be lost forever. What results is a seesaw battle for control of Miguel's body as Marlowe learns to his dismay what his lifetime of arrogance and conceit has earned him. And when Marlowe stumbles upon the shocking procedure Dorning used in desperation to succeed, the professor does what he must to defeat Dorning and redeem himself at last.

If memory transfer becomes a reality, how likely is it that it would be legal?

With all the advances in medical science, are we beginning to alter what it means to be human?

If we are altering what it means to be human, is that good or bad?


An Audience for Einstein

This Book of the Month is sponsored in partnership with DartFrog books,