Hauser's Memory

Hauser s Memory Mr Stodmak combines his medical knowledge with an amazing amount of prognostic speculation In this one he s dealing with that new as yet indefinable substance that is stepbrother to DNA RNA which co

  • Title: Hauser's Memory
  • Author: Curt Siodmak
  • ISBN: 9780426057178
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mr Stodmak combines his medical knowledge with an amazing amount of prognostic speculation In this one he s dealing with that new, as yet indefinable, substance that is stepbrother to DNA RNA which could be a path to the disposition of retained memory This story would give Jung s collective consciousness the shakes because it s about what happens when Hauser s Memory iMr Stodmak combines his medical knowledge with an amazing amount of prognostic speculation In this one he s dealing with that new, as yet indefinable, substance that is stepbrother to DNA RNA which could be a path to the disposition of retained memory This story would give Jung s collective consciousness the shakes because it s about what happens when Hauser s Memory is transmitted to Hillel s brain Hauser was a German scientist defecting from East Germany and Hillel is an American scientist and a kosher Jew Despite the overly melodramatic framework, it is a taut suspense story with some very interesting projections Kirkus

    One thought on “Hauser's Memory”

    1. Just what I wanted to read, for the most part, to distract me from the seriousness of all of the other books I'm currently reading. I was pretty impressed with the quality of writing in Donovan's Brain, Siodmak's more famous novel (and a personal favorite 50's sci fi film), and liked this follow-up novel more in some ways and less in others. The chemical explanation of memory/personality transfer is considerably more believable here, and the personalities of the scientists were more fleshed out [...]

    2. Pretty satisfying little pulp book. It was an easy and quick read, well written and entertaining. It could have explored the core idea further but it was exciting to read all the way to the end.

    3. Pretty good. I think it's interesting that in Total Recall the name of the Arnold character as a bad guy is Hauser. I wondered if it was a nod to this book.

    4. This is a science fiction novel written by the brother of the film diector Robert Siodmak. Curt is primariy remembered for his screenplays.

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