Johnny Mnemonic

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Pocket Books, 1995 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Using a data-storage chip embedded in his brain, Johnny smuggles information, but things go wrong when his employers are murdered, the download code is missing, and gangsters working for the stolen data's owners are in pursuit

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Terry Bisson is a well-known author of science fiction books for adults and children. He lives in New York.

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