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Ple’s lives have value after allBut when her AI suddenly stops whispering in her ear she finds herself cut off from the grid and loses communication with the rest of the worldThe man who stepped out of the trees wh. I enjoyed this novellashort story very much a world where everyone is connected into the net and normal goods like a boring old dictionary are incredibly coveted for

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Forest of Memory

Katya deals in Authenticities and Captures trading on nostalgia for a past Forest of ePUB #192 long gone Her clients are rich and they demand items and experiences with only the finest verifiable provenance Other peo. Katya lives in a hyper connected world where everyone is always online and real time experiences are recorded buffered and can be uploaded as desired and even soldSo

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Ile hunting deer cut her off from the cloud took her AI and made her his unwilling guestThere are no Authenticities or Captures to prove Katya’s story of what happened in the forest You’ll just have to believe he. When I read the blurb for the book I remember thinking that this might be rough what with a man coming out of the forest and kidnapping the protagonist but to my surp


10 thoughts on “Forest of Memory

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    Katya lives in a hyper connected world where everyone is always online and real time experiences are recorded buffered and can be uploaded as desired and even soldSo when her connection to the net is jammed and she is abduc

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    This left me wonderingAnd I'm still wonderingGosh I wish this was a bigger book I would have loved to know Such intrigue and mystery I want Find of my books on Instagram

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    Katya lives in a futuristic world where everyone and everything is linked to the web Her AI speaks in her ear and fills her vision telling her about the people around her their histories past business deals and anything that could be of interest to her in her job as an Authenticities basically antiues dealer One day on her way bac

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    I enjoyed this novellashort story very much a world where everyone is connected into the net and normal goods like a boring old dictionary are incredibly coveted for their status as antiuities We're left wondering what's actually happened to the main character a woman abducted and held in the forest by a man mysteriously

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    For a short novella I actually got surprisingly invested in this — and didn’t really realise until the end where I was rooting for something A rescue a redemption something The sting in the tail of the story while most of it was obvious to

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    If your memory isn't perfect how can you know what is true? How can you convince others that your experience of the world is truthfully reported? I liked this brief little book that owes as much or to the conventions of mystery and suspense writing as the strictures of speculative fiction Kowal's novella imagines a world where technology has pervaded our bodies to an extent that being offline is an anomaly and where even our relationship

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    When I read the blurb for the book I remember thinking that this might be rough what with a man coming out of the forest and kidnapping the protagonist but to my surprise the story was rather cute in a weird way So this review is an anti warnin

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    35 stars I really enjoyed this very short novella It does a lot in a few pages but I was not satisfied with it in that I felt there was so much story to tell The author does a great job of pulling you in and buil

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    I’m steadily working my way up to total fanboy status regarding Mary Robinette Kowal’s work As I’ve mentioned several times on the blog her insight perspective and wit are one of the great draws of Writing Excuses an

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    I picked this little book up at the library because I was surprised to see such a small book It's hard to get novellas published but this looks like part of a novella series from Tor I'm not a reader of SF so don't feel u