Recursion

Recursion From the New York Times bestselling author of Dark Matter and the Wayward Pines trilogy comes a relentless thriller about time, identity, and memory his most ambitious, mind boggling, irresistible work to date An action packed, brilliantly unique ride that had me up late and shirking responsibilities until I had devoured the last pagea fantastic read Andy Weir, 1 New York Times bestselling author of The MartianMemory makes reality That s what New York City cop Barry Sutton is learning as he investigates the devastating phenomenon the media has dubbed False Memory Syndrome a mysterious affliction that drives its victims mad with memories of a life they never lived.Neuroscientist Helena Smith already understands the power of memory It s why she s dedicated her life to creating a technology that will let us preserve our most precious moments of our pasts If she succeeds, anyone will be able to re experience a first kiss, the birth of a child, the final moment with a dying parent As Barry searches for the truth, he comes face to face with an opponentterrifying than any disease a force that attacks not just our minds but the very fabric of the past And as its effects begin to unmake the world as we know it, only he and Helena, working together, will stand a chance at defeating it.But how can they make a stand when reality itself is shifting and crumbling all around them Advance praise for Recursion Blake Crouch has invented his own brand of page turner fearlessly genre bending, consistently surprising, and determined to explode the boundaries of what a thriller can be Karin Slaughter, 1 internationally bestselling author of Pieces of Her Brilliant Crouch s innovative novels never fail to grip Sarah Pekkanen, 1 New York Times bestselling co author of The Wife Between Us and An Anonymous Girl A masterful mind bender of a novel Crouch brilliantly infuses his story with dire repercussions and unexpected moral upheaval, and leaves you wondering what you would do if you had the chance to turn back the clock Mark Sullivan, 1 New York Times bestselling coauthor of the Private series and author of Beneath a Scarlet Sky Best Download Books Recursion Author Blake Crouch – rarefishingbooks.co.uk As always, Crouch knows how to keep you on your toes and does a great job at mixing thriller and sci fi genre.A mysterious disease starts affecting people s memory, giving them memories of a life they never lived NYPD detective Barry Sutton is trying to investigated how the False Memory Syndrome is spreading and ultimately will come to face Helena Smith a neuroscientist who invented a device that s changing the world.Recursion will make you question time, memory and life.While the characters an As always, Crouch knows how to keep you on your toes and does a great job at mixing thriller and sci fi genre.A mysterious disease starts affecting people s memory, giving them memories of a life they never lived NYPD detective Barry Sutton is trying to investigated how the False Memory Syndrome is spreading and ultimately will come to face Helena Smith a neuroscientist who invented a device that s changing the world.Recursion will make you question time, memory
Pleased to announce that Recursion is the scaredsuspensebookclub pick for June 2019 Come join us in reading and discussing this one on Instagram discussion will be posted on the 21st of the month Can t wait to spill the tea with you allEverything will look better in the morning There will be hope again when the light returns The despair is only an illusion, a trick the darkness plays I m convinced that Blake Crouch is THE science fiction fantasy author of our time Pleased to announce that Recursion is the scaredsuspensebookclub pick for June 2019 Come join us in reading and discussing this one on Instagram discussion will be posted on the 21st of the month Can t wait to spill the tea with you allEverything will look better in the morning There will be hope again when the light returns The despair is only an illusion, a trick the darkness plays I m convinced that Blake Crouch is THE science fiction fantasy author of our time You know, the one that readers pre order their books without reading the description, the one that 50 years from now people are still talking about, dissecting his plot points and thei
FIVE MIND BENDING STARSBook readers tend to throw around words like addictive and unputdownable But, I m dead serious about those words And guys, I m here to tell you, I read RECURSION straight through dinner last night until I finished at three am this morning What an intelligent and freakin addictive thriller The first half sets up the rest of the book and it is crucial to read carefully and try to understand the very simple quantum physics necessary to travel around in time LOL I fi FIVE MIND BENDING STARSBook readers tend to throw around words like addictive and unputdownable But, I m dead serious about those words And guys, I m here to tell you, I read RECURSION straight through dinner last night until I finished at three am this morning What an intelligent and freakin addictive thriller The first half sets up the rest of the book and it is crucial to read carefully and try to understand the very simple quantum physics necessary to travel around in time LOL I finally thought I had the timelines straight in my mind without the use of a giant white board I wanted to keep it straight, so I read And read And cried And marveled And cried again And closed the Kindle And kept thinking and marveling and sighing Who doesn t want a do over in
Blake Crouch s books make me feel like I m awake during surgery so of course I am looking forward to picking up this one and knowingly throw my life into emotional chaos A dark, sci fi thriller that had my mind bending in many directions From the author of Dark Matter , which has been on my reading list for some time, but still haven t read it yet Would you like a do over of your life Hmm, that seems like a loaded question and it is This was quite an edge of your seat, genre crossover that had me needing answers and quick.A brilliant neuroscientist Helena Smith, has developed technology that will redefine how we think about time and memory Playing with A dark, sci fi thriller that had my mind bending in many directions From the author of Dark Matter , which has been on my reading list for some time, but still haven t read it yet Would you like a do over of your life Hmm, that seems like a loaded question and it is This was quite an edge of your seat, genre crossover that had me needing answers and quick.A brilliant neuroscientist Helena Smith, has developed technology that will redefine how we think about time and memory Playing with time and timelines is where she is headed and some seedy people just might want a piece of this technology Pandora s box has been flung open I really enjoyed this fast read, although it took some work on my part A lot happens and moves quite quickly think Evelyn Hardcastle meets time machine Lets talk equations, science, timelines, and memory loopy de loops If you have the patience, this is an entertaining, far out puzzle to enjoy.Interested Step right in, b
He who controls the past controls the future He who controls the present controls the past George Orwell, 1984This was a book I had to sit and think about before writing my review, mainly because I had to let it sink it What would it be like to live your life over again What would it be like to go back and change past events How would this action affect your future How would it affect the future of others This book is deep and is thought provoking.Blake Crouch has written a very ambit He who controls the past controls the future He who controls the present controls the past George Orwell, 1984This was a book I had to sit and think about before writing my review, mainly because I had to let it sink it What would it be like to live your life over again What would it be like to go back and change past events How would this action affect your future How would it affect the future of others This book is deep and is thought provoking.Blake Crouch has written a very ambitious and carefully crafted book about memory, preserving memory, shifting reality, and using our memories and dangers associated with altering these things He does this w
Blake Crouch s latest science fiction thriller is a complex mind messing of a thought provoking read It is intense, time shifting and asks profound questions of identity, memory, and what it is that makes us human Just be prepared to find yourself buffeted all over the place I understand that the novel is going to be filmed, and I am not surprised by this, this is a twisted story that just fizzes with energy and vitality NYPD police officer Barry Sutton tries but fails to prevent a woman lea Blake Crouch s latest science fiction thriller is a complex mind messing of a thought provoking read It is intense, time shifting and asks profound questions of identity, memory, and what it is that makes us human Just be prepared to find yourself buffeted all over the place I understand that the novel is going to be filmed, and I am not surprised by this, this is a twisted story that just fizzes with energy and vitality NYPD police officer Barry Sutton tries but fails to prevent a woman leaping off a skyscraper Despairing and distraught, she spoke of false memory syndrome FMS with their vibrant and visceral memories and how her son has been erased, but he had never existed Is FMS a contagion A deeply troubled Barry, with his own past traumas, sets out on a journey to investigate.Helena Smith is a brilliant neuroscientist carry out cutting edge technology research on memories A well intentioned woman, her mother is suffering from Alzheimer s disease, which drives Helena s ambition and wo
If Black Mirror served as a surrogate for Groundhog s Day and Back to the Future, Recursion would be that test tube baby.This one starts out with a bang, orlike a plunk, as the story opens with a woman jumping from a building to her death, but not before she utters the words My son has been erased to Detective Barry Sutton What follows is two storylines, one where Barry searches for the meaning behind the woman s final words and one where researcher Helena Smith is developing a means t If Black Mirror served as a surrogate for Groundhog s Day and Back to the Future, Recursion would be that test tube baby.This one starts out with a bang, orlike a plunk, as the story opens with a woman jumping from a building to her death, but not before she utters the words My son has been erased to Detective Barry Sutton What follows is two storylines, one where Barry searches for the meaning behind the woman s final words and one where researcher Helena Smith is developing a means to preserve the memories of Alzheimer s patients, such as her own mother what do you cling to, moment to moment, if memories can simply change What, then, is real And if the answer is nothing, where does that leave us Sci Fi has
Blake Crouch is simultaneously my hero and my nemesis because his books make me love the world and the English language while also making me want to rip my heart out and stomp on it soooo being approved for this arc made my entire life 100000% better.WOW Like Wow Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is one of my favorite books of all time, and I hoped I d love this one even a fraction of that amount Miraculously, I love it evenI read Recursion in one sitting This is one of those books for whi Blake Crouch is simultaneously my hero and my nemesis because his books make me love the world and the English language while also making me want to rip my heart out and stomp on it soooo being approved for this arc made my entire life 100000% better.WOW Like Wow Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is one of my favorite books of all time, and I hoped I d love this one even a fraction of that amount Miraculously, I love it evenI read Recursion in one sitting This is one of those books for which I wish I could travel back in time to the Vani who didn t know it existed and experience it all over again The premise is that people everywhere are being infected with False Memory Syndrome, a disease in which the impaired person has two distinct memories of the way their life has gone, and many cannot cope The narration and timeline both alternate quite a bit,
3.5 stars.This was some crazy s t What sprecious than our memories They define us and form our identities Blake Crouch s new book, Recursion , is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.Crouch s Dark Matter , which was one of the top five books I read in 2017, blew me away, even though I wasn t 100 percent sure I understood everything I read But this book This is a fascinating, albeit confusing, meditation on memory and how crucial what we remember is to our identity It s 3.5 stars.This was some crazy s t What sprecious than our memories They define us and form our identities Blake Crouch s new book, Recursion , is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.Crouch s Dark Matter , which was one of the top five books I read in 2017, blew me away, even though I wasn t 100 percent sure I understood everything I read But this book This is a fascinating, albeit confusing, meditation on memory and how crucial what we remember is to our identity It s a roller coaster ride which cements Crouch s reputation as a master of meshing unbelievable science and emotion.Barry Sutton is a detective in New York City who is summoned when a woman is threatening to jump from a skyscraper She
5, WAT WAT WAT WAT WAT Amazeballs stars Full review along with a recipe for huevos rancheros featured on my blog Recipe a Read So, I feel like I need to start this out with a little caveat I would put Blake Crouch s Dark Matter in my top 5 favorite books ever read I absolutely adored it Was I confused at times Yes Was I also completely and utterly thrilled the whole time I read it Also, yes I was both excited and incredibly nervous to read his upcoming novel Recursion because de 5, WAT WAT WAT WAT WAT Amazeballs stars Full review along with a recipe for huevos rancheros featured on my blog Recipe a Read So, I feel like I need to start this out with a little caveat I would put Blake Crouch s Dark Matter in my top 5 favorite books ever read I absolutely adored it Was I confused at times Yes Was I also completely and utterly thrilled the whole time I read it Also, yes I was both excited and incredibly nervous to read his upcoming novel Recursion because despite being a big advocate for not comparing things, I have a hard time not doing it The ARC book gods blessed me with an advanced copy of the novel and I put it off because
Five OMG I m suffering from brain cells bleeding and explosion of my last standing grey cells, what the hell I just read and who am I stars I know the drill but let me rephrase onetime This is not an easy, soft, sunshine and rainbows reading In my opinion people who are brave enough to dive into this journey should put themselves an IQ test and discover their cognitive skills luckily I read the quantum physics for dummies before the beginning but I feel like I can be great cast for Five OMG I m suffering from brain cells bleeding and explosion of my last standing grey cells, what the hell I just read and who am I stars I know the drill but let me rephrase onetime This is not an easy, soft, sunshine and rainbows reading In my opinion people who are brave enough to dive into this journey should put themselves an IQ test and discover their cognitive skills luckily I read the quantum physics for dummies before the beginning but I feel like I can be great cast for future dumb and dumber movie if they will ever produce the third installment So this book is amazing combination of time traveling, alternated lifetimes, Minority Reports meet Groundhog Day versus Black Mirror and Back to the Future kinda fascinating science fiction crashes into thriller and romance starting with an effective and memorable suicide attempt scene A woman suffers from FMS false memory syndrome who thinks he
I m not a fan of sci fi, but I loved Dark Matter and am fascinated by issues involving memory So this one was a no brainer to read In 2007, Neuroscientist Helena Smith is devoting her life to creating a technology to preserve our memories Meanwhile, folks in 2018 are suffering from False Memory Syndrome, an affliction in which a person literally has memories of living an entirely different life Barry Sutton is a detective that attempts to save a woman from suicide when she is suffering from I m not a fan of sci fi, but I loved Dark Matter and am fascinated by issues involving memory So this one was a no brainer to read In 2007, Neuroscientist Helena Smith is devoting her life to creating a technology to preserve our memories Meanwhile, folks in 2018 are suffering from False Memory Syndrome, an affliction in which a person literally has memories of living an entirely different life Barry Sutton is a detective that attempts to save a woman from suicide when she is suffering from FMS This book just grabbed me from the get go It really makes you think There are so few things in our existence we can count on to give us the sense of permanence, of the ground beneath our feet People fail us Our bodies fail us We fail ourselves, he s exper
Memories stay.People don t.Detective Barry Sutton, Central Robbery Division of the NYPD, races to the 41st floor of the Poe Building known for its Art Deco motif and certainly not for what is about to happen A lone woman is perched on the edge inways than one She looks imploringly at Barry and tells him in a breaking voice that her son has been erased Before Barry can even blink, the woman falls to her death.What s real, Barry A paralyzing question that will run like a gazelle s Memories stay.People don t.Detective Barry Sutton, Central Robbery Division of the NYPD, races to the 41st floor of the Poe Building known for its Art Deco motif and certainly not for what is about to happen A lone woman is perched on the edge inways than one She looks imploringly at Barry and tells him in a breaking voice that her son has been erased Before Barry can even blink, the woman falls to her death.What s real, Barry A paralyzing question that will run like a gazelle stampeding throughout these pages Barry has gazed into the eyes of Death and sees into an abyss of life circumstances and moments caught in a loop of repetition so bizarre that no words can describe the experiences adequately Much like the spring of a diving board catapulting a soul into the depths of a B
As always, Crouch knows how to keep you on your toes and does a great job at mixing thriller and sci fi genre.A mysterious disease starts affecting people s memory, giving them memories of a life they never lived NYPD detective Barry Sutton is trying to investigated how the False Memory Syndrome is spreading and ultimately will come to face Helena Smith a neuroscientist who invented a device that s changing the world.Recursion will make you question time, memory and life.While the characters an As always, Crouch knows how to keep you on your toes and does a great job at mixing thriller and sci fi genre.A mysterious disease starts affecting people s memory, giving them memories of a life they never lived NYPD detective Barry Sutton is trying to investigated how the False Memory Syndrome is spreading and ultimately will come to face Helena Smith a neuroscientist who invented a device that s changing the world.Recursion will make you question time, memory
Pleased to announce that Recursion is the scaredsuspensebookclub pick for June 2019 Come join us in reading and discussing this one on Instagram discussion will be posted on the 21st of the month Can t wait to spill the tea with you allEverything will look better in the morning There will be hope again when the light returns The despair is only an illusion, a trick the darkness plays I m convinced that Blake Crouch is THE science fiction fantasy author of our time Pleased to announce that Recursion is the scaredsuspensebookclub pick for June 2019 Come join us in reading and discussing this one on Instagram discussion will be posted on the 21st of the month Can t wait to spill the tea with you allEverything will look better in the morning There will be hope again when the light returns The despair is only an illusion, a trick the darkness plays I m convinced that Blake Crouch is THE science fiction fantasy author of our time You know, the one that readers pre order their books without reading the description, the one that 50 years from now people are still talking about, dissecting his plot points and thei
FIVE MIND BENDING STARSBook readers tend to throw around words like addictive and unputdownable But, I m dead serious about those words And guys, I m here to tell you, I read RECURSION straight through dinner last night until I finished at three am this morning What an intelligent and freakin addictive thriller The first half sets up the rest of the book and it is crucial to read carefully and try to understand the very simple quantum physics necessary to travel around in time LOL I fi FIVE MIND BENDING STARSBook readers tend to throw around words like addictive and unputdownable But, I m dead serious about those words And guys, I m here to tell you, I read RECURSION straight through dinner last night until I finished at three am this morning What an intelligent and freakin addictive thriller The first half sets up the rest of the book and it is crucial to read carefully and try to understand the very simple quantum physics necessary to travel around in time LOL I finally thought I had the timelines straight in my mind without the use of a giant white board I wanted to keep it straight, so I read And read And cried And marveled And cried again And closed the Kindle And kept thinking and marveling and sighing Who doesn t want a do over in
Blake Crouch s books make me feel like I m awake during surgery so of course I am looking forward to picking up this one and knowingly throw my life into emotional chaos A dark, sci fi thriller that had my mind bending in many directions From the author of Dark Matter , which has been on my reading list for some time, but still haven t read it yet Would you like a do over of your life Hmm, that seems like a loaded question and it is This was quite an edge of your seat, genre crossover that had me needing answers and quick.A brilliant neuroscientist Helena Smith, has developed technology that will redefine how we think about time and memory Playing with A dark, sci fi thriller that had my mind bending in many directions From the author of Dark Matter , which has been on my reading list for some time, but still haven t read it yet Would you like a do over of your life Hmm, that seems like a loaded question and it is This was quite an edge of your seat, genre crossover that had me needing answers and quick.A brilliant neuroscientist Helena Smith, has developed technology that will redefine how we think about time and memory Playing with time and timelines is where she is headed and some seedy people just might want a piece of this technology Pandora s box has been flung open I really enjoyed this fast read, although it took some work on my part A lot happens and moves quite quickly think Evelyn Hardcastle meets time machine Lets talk equations, science, timelines, and memory loopy de loops If you have the patience, this is an entertaining, far out puzzle to enjoy.Interested Step right in, b
He who controls the past controls the future He who controls the present controls the past George Orwell, 1984This was a book I had to sit and think about before writing my review, mainly because I had to let it sink it What would it be like to live your life over again What would it be like to go back and change past events How would this action affect your future How would it affect the future of others This book is deep and is thought provoking.Blake Crouch has written a very ambit He who controls the past controls the future He who controls the present controls the past George Orwell, 1984This was a book I had to sit and think about before writing my review, mainly because I had to let it sink it What would it be like to live your life over again What would it be like to go back and change past events How would this action affect your future How would it affect the future of others This book is deep and is thought provoking.Blake Crouch has written a very ambitious and carefully crafted book about memory, preserving memory, shifting reality, and using our memories and dangers associated with altering these things He does this w
Blake Crouch s latest science fiction thriller is a complex mind messing of a thought provoking read It is intense, time shifting and asks profound questions of identity, memory, and what it is that makes us human Just be prepared to find yourself buffeted all over the place I understand that the novel is going to be filmed, and I am not surprised by this, this is a twisted story that just fizzes with energy and vitality NYPD police officer Barry Sutton tries but fails to prevent a woman lea Blake Crouch s latest science fiction thriller is a complex mind messing of a thought provoking read It is intense, time shifting and asks profound questions of identity, memory, and what it is that makes us human Just be prepared to find yourself buffeted all over the place I understand that the novel is going to be filmed, and I am not surprised by this, this is a twisted story that just fizzes with energy and vitality NYPD police officer Barry Sutton tries but fails to prevent a woman leaping off a skyscraper Despairing and distraught, she spoke of false memory syndrome FMS with their vibrant and visceral memories and how her son has been erased, but he had never existed Is FMS a contagion A deeply troubled Barry, with his own past traumas, sets out on a journey to investigate.Helena Smith is a brilliant neuroscientist carry out cutting edge technology research on memories A well intentioned woman, her mother is suffering from Alzheimer s disease, which drives Helena s ambition and wo
If Black Mirror served as a surrogate for Groundhog s Day and Back to the Future, Recursion would be that test tube baby.This one starts out with a bang, orlike a plunk, as the story opens with a woman jumping from a building to her death, but not before she utters the words My son has been erased to Detective Barry Sutton What follows is two storylines, one where Barry searches for the meaning behind the woman s final words and one where researcher Helena Smith is developing a means t If Black Mirror served as a surrogate for Groundhog s Day and Back to the Future, Recursion would be that test tube baby.This one starts out with a bang, orlike a plunk, as the story opens with a woman jumping from a building to her death, but not before she utters the words My son has been erased to Detective Barry Sutton What follows is two storylines, one where Barry searches for the meaning behind the woman s final words and one where researcher Helena Smith is developing a means to preserve the memories of Alzheimer s patients, such as her own mother what do you cling to, moment to moment, if memories can simply change What, then, is real And if the answer is nothing, where does that leave us Sci Fi has
Blake Crouch is simultaneously my hero and my nemesis because his books make me love the world and the English language while also making me want to rip my heart out and stomp on it soooo being approved for this arc made my entire life 100000% better.WOW Like Wow Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is one of my favorite books of all time, and I hoped I d love this one even a fraction of that amount Miraculously, I love it evenI read Recursion in one sitting This is one of those books for whi Blake Crouch is simultaneously my hero and my nemesis because his books make me love the world and the English language while also making me want to rip my heart out and stomp on it soooo being approved for this arc made my entire life 100000% better.WOW Like Wow Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is one of my favorite books of all time, and I hoped I d love this one even a fraction of that amount Miraculously, I love it evenI read Recursion in one sitting This is one of those books for which I wish I could travel back in time to the Vani who didn t know it existed and experience it all over again The premise is that people everywhere are being infected with False Memory Syndrome, a disease in which the impaired person has two distinct memories of the way their life has gone, and many cannot cope The narration and timeline both alternate quite a bit,
3.5 stars.This was some crazy s t What sprecious than our memories They define us and form our identities Blake Crouch s new book, Recursion , is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.Crouch s Dark Matter , which was one of the top five books I read in 2017, blew me away, even though I wasn t 100 percent sure I understood everything I read But this book This is a fascinating, albeit confusing, meditation on memory and how crucial what we remember is to our identity It s 3.5 stars.This was some crazy s t What sprecious than our memories They define us and form our identities Blake Crouch s new book, Recursion , is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.Crouch s Dark Matter , which was one of the top five books I read in 2017, blew me away, even though I wasn t 100 percent sure I understood everything I read But this book This is a fascinating, albeit confusing, meditation on memory and how crucial what we remember is to our identity It s a roller coaster ride which cements Crouch s reputation as a master of meshing unbelievable science and emotion.Barry Sutton is a detective in New York City who is summoned when a woman is threatening to jump from a skyscraper She
5, WAT WAT WAT WAT WAT Amazeballs stars Full review along with a recipe for huevos rancheros featured on my blog Recipe a Read So, I feel like I need to start this out with a little caveat I would put Blake Crouch s Dark Matter in my top 5 favorite books ever read I absolutely adored it Was I confused at times Yes Was I also completely and utterly thrilled the whole time I read it Also, yes I was both excited and incredibly nervous to read his upcoming novel Recursion because de 5, WAT WAT WAT WAT WAT Amazeballs stars Full review along with a recipe for huevos rancheros featured on my blog Recipe a Read So, I feel like I need to start this out with a little caveat I would put Blake Crouch s Dark Matter in my top 5 favorite books ever read I absolutely adored it Was I confused at times Yes Was I also completely and utterly thrilled the whole time I read it Also, yes I was both excited and incredibly nervous to read his upcoming novel Recursion because despite being a big advocate for not comparing things, I have a hard time not doing it The ARC book gods blessed me with an advanced copy of the novel and I put it off because
Five OMG I m suffering from brain cells bleeding and explosion of my last standing grey cells, what the hell I just read and who am I stars I know the drill but let me rephrase onetime This is not an easy, soft, sunshine and rainbows reading In my opinion people who are brave enough to dive into this journey should put themselves an IQ test and discover their cognitive skills luckily I read the quantum physics for dummies before the beginning but I feel like I can be great cast for Five OMG I m suffering from brain cells bleeding and explosion of my last standing grey cells, what the hell I just read and who am I stars I know the drill but let me rephrase onetime This is not an easy, soft, sunshine and rainbows reading In my opinion people who are brave enough to dive into this journey should put themselves an IQ test and discover their cognitive skills luckily I read the quantum physics for dummies before the beginning but I feel like I can be great cast for future dumb and dumber movie if they will ever produce the third installment So this book is amazing combination of time traveling, alternated lifetimes, Minority Reports meet Groundhog Day versus Black Mirror and Back to the Future kinda fascinating science fiction crashes into thriller and romance starting with an effective and memorable suicide attempt scene A woman suffers from FMS false memory syndrome who thinks he
I m not a fan of sci fi, but I loved Dark Matter and am fascinated by issues involving memory So this one was a no brainer to read In 2007, Neuroscientist Helena Smith is devoting her life to creating a technology to preserve our memories Meanwhile, folks in 2018 are suffering from False Memory Syndrome, an affliction in which a person literally has memories of living an entirely different life Barry Sutton is a detective that attempts to save a woman from suicide when she is suffering from I m not a fan of sci fi, but I loved Dark Matter and am fascinated by issues involving memory So this one was a no brainer to read In 2007, Neuroscientist Helena Smith is devoting her life to creating a technology to preserve our memories Meanwhile, folks in 2018 are suffering from False Memory Syndrome, an affliction in which a person literally has memories of living an entirely different life Barry Sutton is a detective that attempts to save a woman from suicide when she is suffering from FMS This book just grabbed me from the get go It really makes you think There are so few things in our existence we can count on to give us the sense of permanence, of the ground beneath our feet People fail us Our bodies fail us We fail ourselves, he s exper
Memories stay.People don t.Detective Barry Sutton, Central Robbery Division of the NYPD, races to the 41st floor of the Poe Building known for its Art Deco motif and certainly not for what is about to happen A lone woman is perched on the edge inways than one She looks imploringly at Barry and tells him in a breaking voice that her son has been erased Before Barry can even blink, the woman falls to her death.What s real, Barry A paralyzing question that will run like a gazelle s Memories stay.People don t.Detective Barry Sutton, Central Robbery Division of the NYPD, races to the 41st floor of the Poe Building known for its Art Deco motif and certainly not for what is about to happen A lone woman is perched on the edge inways than one She looks imploringly at Barry and tells him in a breaking voice that her son has been erased Before Barry can even blink, the woman falls to her death.What s real, Barry A paralyzing question that will run like a gazelle stampeding throughout these pages Barry has gazed into the eyes of Death and sees into an abyss of life circumstances and moments caught in a loop of repetition so bizarre that no words can describe the experiences adequately Much like the spring of a diving board catapulting a soul into the depths of a B

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Recursion
  • Blake Crouch
  • English
  • 15 February 2018
  • 1524759783