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They Know What They Do By Jussi Valtonen

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They Know What They Do By Jussi Valtonen

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“They Know What They Do” by Jussi Valtonen is a gripping novel that explores the complex intersections of technology, ethics, and human relationships in a near-future world.

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  • Intricate Novel: Explores the intersections of technology, ethics, and human relationships.
  • Near-Future Setting: Provides a realistic and unsettling look at possible future scenarios.
  • Main Character: Joe Chayefski, a neuroscientist with controversial research in brain-computer interfaces.
  • Ethical Dilemmas: Joe faces significant moral challenges due to his work.
  • Personal Life: Explores the impact of Joe’s professional choices on his relationship with his estranged son, Samuel.
  • Themes: Scientific ambition, corporate greed, technology’s impact on privacy, and human connections.
  • Thought-Provoking: Encourages readers to consider the societal implications of scientific advancements.
  • Narrative Style: Engaging and reflective, weaving complex themes into a compelling story.

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Weight 620 g
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no of pages

482

Author

Jussi Valtonen

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