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Publisher's Summary

Robert Luxley has a biological problem that he does not understand and cannot control: one touch from his bare hand will leave you paralyzed for 15 minutes. He thinks he's one of a kind, until he meets Cassandra, another carrier of what she calls Sensory Deprivation Syndrome. Fearing discovery, Luxely follows Cassandra through a dark underground of "Deprivers" in a desperate search for his brother, Nicholas, who has been taken hostage by a radical gang of carriers with a terrifying agenda.
Meanwhile, as knowledge of SDS spreads, panic erupts - and soon no Depriver anywhere will be safe.
©2003 Steven-Elliot Altman (P)2003 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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Critic Reviews

"Deprivers is the ultimate paranoia thriller - emphasis on the word thriller.... X-Files fans take note....This book is going to blow you away!" (Rockne S. O'Bannon, creator of Alien Nation and Farscape)
"A book that gets under your skin and on your nerves. The science is impressive; the fiction is haunting. It has a lot on its mind; and it will touch you." (Mark Frost, co-creator of Twin Peaks)
"Christopher Lane adopts a low-key, somber tone, spicing his performance with skillful renditions of several regional and foreign accents. He shows equal mastery of Lakota, Brooklyn, and various Southern tongues in the U.S., and Russian, Dutch, and French accents abroad." ( AudioFile)
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