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by Cris Ramsay

ePub Eureka: Brain Box Blues download
Author:
Cris Ramsay
ISBN13:
978-0441019830
ISBN:
0441019838
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Publisher:
Ace; Original edition (November 30, 2010)
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Genre Fiction
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Eureka: Brain Box Blues Mass Market Paperback – November 30, 2010. I'm a pretty big fan of the Eureka TV show on Syfy so I thought I'd check out Cris Ramsay's tie-in novel Brain Box Blues.

Eureka: Brain Box Blues Mass Market Paperback – November 30, 2010. by. Cris Ramsay (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The premise was promising, very similar to what one might find in a two-part episode of the TV show. The story revolves around a device called the Brain Box which can extract the final thoughts/feelings from a corpse. Naturally, the General is involved in the project and forces Global Dynamics to use the Brain Box on a man (presumed to be a spy). I'll start with the good.

About Eureka: Brain Box Blues. Even the brightest of Eureka’s residents can’t read someone else’s mind. Then Global Dynamics develops the Brain Box: a device capable of capturing and storing human thoughts. When the Box starts messing with people’s minds, Sheriff Jack Carter will have to keep his thoughts to himself if he’s going to save the town from going out of their heads.

Cris Ramsay is the author of Eureka: Road Less Traveled, Eureka: Brain Box Blues, and Eureka: Substitution Method.

Eureka: Brain Box Blues, Ramsay Cris. Варианты приобретения. View the SyFy TV trailer. Описание: View our feature on Chris Ramsay's Eureka: Substitution Method. Population: BRILLIANT.

2010) (The second book in the Eureka series) A novel by Cris Ramsay. November 2010 : USA Mass Market Paperback. Even the brightest of Eureka's residents can't read someone else's mind.

When the Box starts messing with people's minds, Sheriff Jack Carter will have to keep his thoughts to himself if he's going to save the town from going out of their heads.

Even the brightest of Eureka's residents can't read someone else's mind  . When the Box starts messing with people's minds, Sheriff Jack Carter will have to keep his thoughts to himself if he's going to save the town from going out of their heads.

Looking for the Eureka books series by Chris Ramsay. 1. Eureka: Substitution Method 2. Eureka: Brain Box Blues 3. Eureka: Road Less Traveled. All by Chris Ramsay, thank you in advance!

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Start by marking Eureka: Brain Box Blues: Brain Box Blues as Want to Read . In all, I thought Brain Box Blues was an okay book, but I wouldn't recommend it to a true fa. .

Start by marking Eureka: Brain Box Blues: Brain Box Blues as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Cris Ramsay does a very good job of capturing the voice of Sheriff Carter and all of the rest of the cast.

Brain Box Blues is a tie-in novel written by Cris Ramsay and published by Ace Books in December 2010. Even the brightest of Eureka's inhabitants can't read someone else's mind. Then Global Dynamics develops the Brain Box - a device capable of capturing and storing human thoughts. After a government agent is killed in an 'accident,' General Mansfield gives GD the go-ahead to discover what the agent was thinking.

Even the brightest of Eureka's residents can't read someone else's mind. Then Global Dynamics develops the Brain Box: a device capable of capturing and storing human thoughts. When the Box starts messing with people's minds, Sheriff Jack Carter will have to keep his thoughts to himself if he's going to save the town from going out of their heads.
  • Missing the television show, so I'm reading the books. The author does a great job of capturing the characters. The plot is a bit ludicrous, but that's what makes it Eureka! Occasionally the asides about what the character is thinking as s/he says or does something is annoying, but I believe that's only because I grew to know and understand the characters long before I read the book. All in all, if SyFy won't bring back the show, then let's get more books out there!

  • Ok if you are like me than you were sad the show ended. This book is like another extra episode! I loved it. The characters were wonderfully written. The story very interesting! Feel free to buy this book if you liked the show!

  • Really great book and continuation from the tv series

  • Loved this book. Brings back memories of a really great show. Hope he writes more than three books. I ha no idea these had been written or I would have bought them a long time ago.

  • I like the Eureka books, I miss seeing Jack and the other people but the books still ring true as good reads. I bought all three that where out then i bought them and enjoyed every one.

  • Loved the T V show it was very funning the book is the same. I got all three of them.

  • I'm a pretty big fan of the Eureka TV show on Syfy so I thought I'd check out Cris Ramsay's tie-in novel Brain Box Blues. The premise was promising, very similar to what one might find in a two-part episode of the TV show.

    The story revolves around a device called the Brain Box which can extract the final thoughts/feelings from a corpse. Naturally, the General is involved in the project and forces Global Dynamics to use the Brain Box on a man (presumed to be a spy).

    I'll start with the good. Cris Ramsay does a very good job of capturing the voice of Sheriff Carter and all of the rest of the cast. If you read it and then close your eyes you can see everything happening as though it were on your TV. That's a major plus as far as tie-in novels go. The reader wants there to be little difference between the book and the show.

    Now for the bad. I knew whodunit by the time the character was introduced. The mystery was very easy to solve and Ramsay repeats clues over and over and over. I felt like there was too much rehash (the kind that would only be helpful if you put the book down for a month and came back to it having forgotten most of what you've read).

    All in all I would read this book if you are a big fan of the show and need more Eureka action, but not so much for those who either have not seen or are only a casual watcher of the show. As far as the actual story goes (as a standalone novel) it is okay at best.

    Bookophile Rating: 72%

  • This book, and the previous book Substitution Method, are tie-in novels to SyFy's original series, Eureka. The show itself is a wonderfully entertaining fish-out-of-water comedy, with former U.S. Marshall Jack Carter becoming the sheriff of a town of scientific geniuses. Much like Los Alamos, NM, the U.S. government decided that it needed some "brains on tap" after WW2 and set up the town of Eureka from a military base somewhere in Oregon to attract the country's greatest scientists and thinkers to produce amazing things. Produce amazing things they do, from flying cars to second suns to AIs that run your house. However, in a town with this much brainpower but that little common sense, things are always going catastrophically wrong, and Sheriff Carter usually steps in to save the day. (Colin Ferguson, by the way, is great in the role of Carter, as is Erica Cerra in the role of Jo Lupo. Joe Morton as Henry Deacon is, of course, fantastic and needs no shout-out from the likes of me.)

    In this book, General Mansfield arrives in town with a new DARPA scientist and a "brain box," a device that can harvest the last memories of a dead person. He tells Allison the box contains the memories of one of his agents, which he needs to see as a matter of national security; Allison and Henry are skeeved at the idea of peering into a dead person's last private thoughts, but Zane volunteers to help, so they begin trying to translate the memories using Tess Fontana's storynest (from Season 3). I won't describe the whole plot lest I spoil the story, but this is Eureka so nothing is what it seems and the DARPA scientist is at the center of it all. Throw in a Shakespeare-quoting Vincent, and it's a good read.

    If you want to consider these stories as "extra" episodes of Eureka, you will enjoy them. The plots seem plausible, at least Eureka-plausible, and they are set between Seasons 3 and 4, as Zoe is off at Harvard, but the timeshift events of Founder's Day have not yet happened. However, if you are looking for a deeper understanding of the characters, their motivations, or their relationships, you will be disappointed. I would imagine that author Cris Ramsay is constrained by the show's writers as to what he can and can't address, lest he contradict, overwrite, or otherwise spoil plots or characterizations for the rest of the fourth and possibly fifth seasons of Eureka (like Zane and Jo's relationship, what Grace Monroe might be doing, or any show of spine from Fargo). Where that leaves the reader, however, is looking backward from all the turmoil that occurred in Season 4 and wondering how we got there? Ramsay is obviously a fan of the show since he describes some of the characters' personal quirks down to the perfect detail, like Carter grabbing the back of his neck when he's stressed. However, the books don't tell us anything we don't know already about the denizens of our beloved Eureka, and that is frustrating the readers who want to know more.