Brainchild Everyone in town knew there was something different about Lois Wilson But Lois didn t care Lois cared only about Science Behavioral Science Even when the kids at school taunted her Lois didn t care E

  • Title: Brainchild
  • Author: Andrew Neiderman
  • ISBN: 9780671428303
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everyone in town knew there was something different about Lois Wilson But Lois didn t care Lois cared only about Science Behavioral Science Even when the kids at school taunted her, Lois didn t care Even though her parents were disturbed by her, and her little brother worshiped her Lois didn t care And when her father suffered a stroke and her mother began drinking,Everyone in town knew there was something different about Lois Wilson But Lois didn t care Lois cared only about Science Behavioral Science Even when the kids at school taunted her, Lois didn t care Even though her parents were disturbed by her, and her little brother worshiped her Lois didn t care And when her father suffered a stroke and her mother began drinking, strong, implacable Lois was in complete control.Now her scientific curiosity could have full expression If she could control the behavior of laboratory animals, imagine what she could do withople.

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    About “Andrew Neiderman

    1. Andrew Neiderman says:

      Andrew Neiderman is the author of over 44 thrillers, including six of which have been translated onto film, including the big hit, The Devil s Advocate , a story in which he also wrote a libretto for the music stage adaptation One of his novels, Tender Loving Care, has been adapted into a CD Rom interactive movie Andrew Neiderman became the ghostwriter for V.C Andrews following her death in 1986 He was the screenwriter for Rain, a film based on a series of books under Andrews name Between the novels written under her name and his own, he has published over 100 novels.



    2 thoughts on “Brainchild

    1. more cheesy horror i loved when i was about 8. this is the guy that continued the legacy of v.c. andrews after she died, so you know what kind of quality we are talking. its hilarious this girl does not care for her family

    2. Brainchild's plot may sound far fetched and silly from the surface, but it’s fascinating and portrayed in an addictive light. I couldn’t put the book down from the first word. The beginning foreshadowed what was to come while establishing who was who, the middle kept climbing up and never sagged once, and the ending was powerful, particularly the resolution and final paragraphs.In the past Neiderman has been guilty of not fleshing characters out enough, but this book is an improvement. The m [...]

    3. When V.C. Andrews (“Flowers in the Attic”) died in 1986, it didn’t slow down her output of new material. In fact, in the 29 years since her death, Andrews has released more than 60 novels… you gotta admire that kind of work ethic. Okay, the books are written by another writer and released under Andrews’s name, bringing an eerily literal meaning to the term “ghostwriter.”The man that was given that job is Andrew Neiderman, a writer who, by the mid-‘80s, had produced a notable body [...]

    4. Academic achievement as the ultimate perversity. Everything is an experiment. We are all animals in a lab. Love is just pushing a button and hoping a food pellet comes instead of an electric shock.

    5. Really neat twist on the whole "family gets trapped in their own house and tortured" trope, written even before that concept was a trope. Lois makes for a great villain, equal parts completely obnoxious and sympathetic at first, and even at her most sociopathic, her motives are still understandable. How the conflict gets resolved was a little too easy for my tastes, but other than that, it works as a good character study as well as a suspenseful thriller once the "experiment" begins.

    6. Honestly, this is my first thriller/mystery book that I have ever read I think, and I really liked it.Then language was quite simple, which is kind of an important factor for me since I am a foreigner learning English as a second language.As for the story, it was really gripping. Once I started to read it, I read at least a few dozens of pages, which is quite a lot for me, considering that I am not really a heavy reader.It did get kind of boring in the middle, but the end was exciting enough to [...]

    7. I love Andrew Neiderman and when I started this book it seemed to be another one of my favorites by him. But, halfway through it started to drag. It took me two weeks to finish when I usually take only a week to read a book this size. Neiderman's writing, though, was brilliant as always. Even though it was talking about social psychology, he made it an easy and understandable read. All in all, I give it three stars. The dragging was just a little too much for me to give it four.

    8. Creepy and might have hit a little close to home as part of me wanted to be just like that main character when I was younger and even said I wanted to experiment on my family. I'm glad I gave it another chance as I almost gave up at the start. It got much better.

    9. This book gives me the creeps. If you have children, it will give you the creeps (especially if they are smart and into behavioral science). You may never sleep soundly again LOL.

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