Area 10 by Christos N. Gage

By Christos N. Gage

In big apple urban, a killer often called "Henry The Eighth" leaves a path of decapitated corpses — retaining the severed heads to take advantage of for unknown reasons. NYPD Detective Adam Kamen leads the research, till a likely unrelated freak incident leaves him with a mind damage within the part referred to as "Brodmann region 10." while he recovers, Adam's perceptions of time are altered. He turns into slowly confident that his extraordinary should be tied on to the "Henry" case — and that the main may well lie within the historical, mystical perform of trepanation.


A killer often called "Henry the Eighth" leaves a path of decapitated corpses. There aren't any obvious clues, other than that he retains the severed heads to take advantage of for reasons unknown.

For NYPD Detective Adam Kamen, reeling from a private tragedy and sour divorce, cracking the "Henry" case bargains an opportunity to get his lifestyles again on course -- till a freak incident leaves him with a extraordinary harm to his brain.

hen he recovers, Adam's perceptions of time are altered. He quickly turns into confident that his is tied to the "Henry" killings and that the main might lie within the historic artwork of "trepanation," the macabre, ritual perform of drilling holes within the cranium to accomplish enlightenment. Adam needs to discover ways to use his unusual indicators to his virtue, with a purpose to cease Henry ahead of he drills again.


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98 This transition from a pursuit of the “best” art to community involvement is not complete by any means.

75 If any building signaled the triumph of Postmodernism in architecture it was the Portland Building (1980) by Michael Graves. This monumental governmental office building featured wildly exuberant decoration. The oversized decorative motifs seem intentionally humorous—Postmodern irony. There was an artist, Raymond Kaskey, involved in the project, but he had nothing to do with this decoration. Rather, Kaskey created a huge allegorical figure of Portland set at the base of the building. Taken together, the art and architecture seem to represent the conservative strain of Postmodernism.

79 It was a “Step 4” reading book in a Random House series that also features True-Life Treasure Hunts and To the Top! Climbing the World’s Highest Mountains. I bought the book and in reading it I realized once again how profoundly important the Vietnam Veterans Memorial has been in the recent history of public art. The book gave a very good introduction to the war and the memorial, but what was most outstanding was that I had purchased the book at Shop ’n Save. The supermarket, as public a site as you could find in Skowhegan these days, had no other books on art of any sort.

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