Flowers For Algernon Audiobook – By Daniel Keyes

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Flowers For Algernon Audiobook is a novel and a short story by Daniel Keyes. It falls under the genre of a science fiction novel. It got first published as a short story in April 1959, and later as a novel in March 1966 by Harcourt, Brace & World publishers.

Flowers For Algernon Audiobook

Flowers For Algernon Audiobook – Details And Storyline:

Name: Flowers For Algernon CD.
Author: Daniel Keyes.
Published:  April 1959
Series: None.
Genre: Novel, Fiction, Science Fiction.
Rating: 4.2 Star Reviews.

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Flowers For Algernon Audiobook Free is a popular Science Fiction Novel written by Daniel Keyes. It was originally published in April 1959. The book follows the genre of Science Fiction, Novel, and Fiction. It has a rating of 4.2 Star Review on GoodReads.

The narration of a brilliant man whose insightful post is a reflection of that of Algernon, a notable mouse in the lab. In a series of journals, Charlie tells how mental activity increases his IQ and alters it.

As the evaluation process produces results, Charlie’s knowledge expands until it emerges as that of the experts who designed his version. The whole experiment achieves a reasonable reach of basic importance – until Algernon begins to frown, to his surprise.

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About The Author:

Daniel Keyes (August 9, 1927 – June 15, 2014) was an American news editor who co-authored the novel Flowers for Algernon. Keyes was honored by the Honorable Emeritus by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America in 2000. He attended New York University shortly before joining the United States Maritime Service at the age of 17, completing as a boat investigator for major oil exporters.

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