The Mind Cage

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First edition (publ. Simon & Schuster)
Cover artist H. Marcelin

The Mind Cage is a 1957 novel by A E Van Vogt created and adapted from a short story The Great Judge (1948).

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David Marin risks his career to defend Wade Trask, a scientist being tried for sedition, but when Trask switches their brains, Marin finds himself branded an enemy of the state.

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Floyd C. Gale wrote that "Van Vogt, master of the tortuous plot, goes through torture to prove it ... [he] still is highly imaginative and his patented jig-saw puzzles are good fun, even though pieces persistently remain missing".[1]

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