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Dickinson, Peter
New York : Dell, 1990
ISBN 0440207665
Eva Adamson has been involved in a major accident.  Her chances for survival are slim.  But, she has a chance to make history.  Her father has been experimenting with transplants.  When Eva wakes up after the accident, she is in for a shock.  Her brain has been transplanted into the body of a chimpanzee.  Needless to say, she goes through a tough adjustment period.  With the help and support of her family, she is able to accept her fate.  The operation has been financed by a news organization and a fruit juice company.  Eva finds that she is now obligated to appear on the news programs and do commercials for the fruit juice company.  As time goes on, Eva finds that she is more at ease with chimpanzees than humans.  Can this have something to do with the transplant?  Is she now more chimp than human?  And what can she do about it?  After all, she is obligated to work for the companies.  Join Eva and she tries to find a life after transplant.
SUBJECTS:     Animals -- Treatment -- Fiction
                        Chimpanzees -- Fiction


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