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Sum: Tales from the Afterlives [Paperback]

David Eagleman
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'Elegant, surreal and philosophically questioning, each story from neuroscientist Eagleman offers an inventive, thought-provoking blend of science and romance.' -- Metro

'Anything that tells us, convincingly, that this really may be the best of all possible worlds has something big going for it.' --Guardian

'Witty, bright, sharp and unexpected - as surprising a book as I've read for years. Every story is a new Heaven.' -- Brian Eno

'Never short of new ideas, all of them rolled out with style.' --Independent

'An absolute pearl of a book.'
--Stephen Fry


Sum is terrific... The inventiveness, the clarity and wit of the prose...add up to something completely original. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.


Sum is an imaginative and provocative book.
--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

Book Description

What happens to us when we die? And what does that tell us about being human? --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

About the Author

David Eagleman, PHD, is a neuroscientist at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston Texas where his research laboratory is developing a reputation for doing some of the most unusual experiments in contemporary neuroscience. He has had essays published in all manner of journals including Nature and Science. He also lectures widely and continues to be invited to speak at universities all around the world.
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