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Donovan's Brain is a 1942 science fiction novel by American writer Curt Siodmak. The novel became an instant classic and was adapted to movie form three times. Since then the book has become something of a cult classic, with fans including Stephen King, who discussed the novel in his 1981 book Danse Macabre and mentions it in his novel/miniseries It. Siodmak later wrote a sequel in 1968 entitled Hauser's Memory and wrote a final sequel in 1991 entitled Gabriel's Body.

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  • Donovan's Brain is a 1942 science fiction novel by American writer Curt Siodmak. The novel became an instant classic and was adapted to movie form three times. Since then the book has become something of a cult classic, with fans including Stephen King, who discussed the novel in his 1981 book Danse Macabre and mentions it in his novel/miniseries It. Siodmak later wrote a sequel in 1968 entitled Hauser's Memory and wrote a final sequel in 1991 entitled Gabriel's Body.
  • Donovan's Brain is a 1942 science fiction novel by American writer Curt Siodmak. The novel became an instant classic and was adapted to movie form three times. Since then the book has become something of a cult classic, with fans including Stephen King, who discussed the novel in his 1981 book Danse Macabre and mentions it in his novel/miniseries It. Siodmak later wrote a sequel in 1968 titled Hauser's Memory and wrote a final sequel in 1991 titled Gabriel's Body.
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  • Donovan's Brain is a 1942 science fiction novel by American writer Curt Siodmak. The novel became an instant classic and was adapted to movie form three times. Since then the book has become something of a cult classic, with fans including Stephen King, who discussed the novel in his 1981 book Danse Macabre and mentions it in his novel/miniseries It. Siodmak later wrote a sequel in 1968 entitled Hauser's Memory and wrote a final sequel in 1991 entitled Gabriel's Body.
  • Donovan's Brain is a 1942 science fiction novel by American writer Curt Siodmak. The novel became an instant classic and was adapted to movie form three times. Since then the book has become something of a cult classic, with fans including Stephen King, who discussed the novel in his 1981 book Danse Macabre and mentions it in his novel/miniseries It. Siodmak later wrote a sequel in 1968 titled Hauser's Memory and wrote a final sequel in 1991 titled Gabriel's Body.
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