Maestro

Maestro Maestro tells the story of a man who wants to conduct the greatest music of all the Song of Consciousness For than ten years former graduate student David Jones has been living hand to mouth in a bas

  • Title: Maestro
  • Author: Marc Cabot
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Maestro tells the story of a man who wants to conduct the greatest music of all the Song of Consciousness.For than ten years, former graduate student David Jones has been living hand to mouth in a basement apartment in the slums of New York, working in secret on his brilliant invention, the Pitchpipe The Pitchpipe, when complete, will give him the ability to reconfMaestro tells the story of a man who wants to conduct the greatest music of all the Song of Consciousness.For than ten years, former graduate student David Jones has been living hand to mouth in a basement apartment in the slums of New York, working in secret on his brilliant invention, the Pitchpipe The Pitchpipe, when complete, will give him the ability to reconfigure the consciousness of any person allowing unlimited control of their minds.The Pitchpipe brings David into a world of dominance and submission he didn t even know existed, and into conflict with a haughty dominatrix who finds his sudden appearance and absolute mastery of beautiful slave girls who ll do literally anything he wishes an unacceptable challenge Though he treasures his lovely instruments and meets every setback with intelligence and humor, the conflict soon escalates out of control.The end of David s risky journey through strange seas of thought and the dark underside of New York s nightlife is far from certain To save himself and what he s accomplished from the vicious mistress, he will have to become the Maestro.

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    1. Bless you, recommendation-algorithm, for noticing I bought Cabot's first book and telling me he had another one up. :)The first book in this series, "Awakening," I really liked, but it's a novella with a pretty straightforward plot. (Although at least the main character *thinks* about the ramifications of his actions and doesn't just get to screwin'.) It's *not* a sequel to "Awakening," the characters and the mind-control method are totally different. This is a full-length novel with a consiste [...]

    2. The first book in this series, "Awakening," I really liked, but it's a novella with a pretty straightforward plot. (Although at least the main character *thinks* about the ramifications of his actions and doesn't just get to screwin'.) It's *not* a sequel to "Awakening," the characters and the mind-control method are totally different. This is a full-length novel with a consistent universe, complex characters, and multi-level conflict.Oh, and screwin'. Lots of that too. As in his other book, the [...]

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