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3.25  ·  Rating Details ·  8 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Most biochemists don’t work out of a tattoo shop’s back room, but then, Serra isn’t most biochemists. She’s a neurodigital programmer, the best in her specialized field. Want an education in a pill? Serra can upload libraries to your brain. Need to forget a traumatic event? Serra can wipe your wetware clean and leave the memory of an island vacation behind. Without her ...more
Kindle Edition, 2nd edition, 71 pages
Published November 1st 2011 by Rocket Surgery Books (first published November 3rd 2010)
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Dec 08, 2012 Juliet rated it liked it
A curious dystopia which may take place tomorrow or a hundred years from now. This is a fast paced read and carefully thought out with a raft of technologies that sound eerily plausible as do the implications of such technology in the wrong hands.

Characters are vivid though we don’t really get to know them. We can see them clearly for the most part but couldn’t necessarily guess at motivations. You can’t give too much background in such a short piece without dropping your pace considerably and t
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Fast, fun and futuristic. This fast paced novella is set in the not too distant future and has a nomenclature all its own. That being said, it is very easy to follow and has a great plot that drives it to the end. It is very cinematic in nature and lends itself to a one sitting read. I would recommend this to anyone who likes SciFi of the dystopian future sort.
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SEAN PATRICK TRAVER is a native of Los Angeles, where he continues to live with his wife and cat. His writing explores the hidden worlds that lurk behind the sleek facade LA presents to a casual observer. In addition to the traffic jams, the film studios, and the cookie-cutter suburbs, there are opulent courtyards and private gardens high up in the Hills, as well as blank, black-market warehouses ...more
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