The Universe in Minature in Miniature

A brilliant techno-gimmick--"The Machine of Understanding Other People"--allows the hero of this novel to dip into the minds of a random assortment of unique souls, taking us along for a voyeur's fun, as we inhabit the consciousnesses of beings ranging from a typical adolescent to some visiting ETs.

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by lorraine4075 on ‎03-25-2011 10:16 AM

You have a typo in the title of the book, in the first "miniature" you have left out the second "i" (you have "minature" instead of "miniature").  I will add this to my reasons for changing my career to book editor

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