Realtime Interrupt

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Realtime Interrupt
Author James P. Hogan
Country United States
Language English
Genre Novel
Publisher Bantam Books
Publication date
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 324 pp
ISBN 0-553-37454-0
OCLC 30892721
823/.914 20
LC Class PR6058.O348 R4 1995

Realtime Interrupt is a 1995 science fiction novel by James P. Hogan set in a near-future Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.[1]

It tells the story of Joe Corrigan, who awakens in a Pittsburgh hospital without memory. As director of the supersecret Oz Project, he had worked on a virtual reality software project, and as he slowly recalls his past, he sets out on a quest to pick up the pieces of his past life.[2] He discovers that the virtual reality is still going on.


  1. ^ "James P. Hogan, Contemporary Authors Online, Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2008". 
  2. ^ "Realtime Interrupt (1995), Publishers Weekly, 1995". 

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