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Goodbye for Now by Laurie Frankel
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Apr 22, 2012

it was amazing

Wonderful story with an interesting premise.

What if you were able to say 'goodbye' to a loved one who was already dead? That's was Sam does for his sweetheart, Meredith. When her grandmother dies, Meredith is despondent. But thanks to Sam's brilliance as a computer programmer, he invents a program that allows Meredith to keep in touch with her grandmother via simulation.

They branch out with a new program called 'RePose', and it's a success. Viewers can say goodbye, and find closure, although some almost become addicted.

Sam and Meredith grow close and their love is solid and true. But when something major happens, one of them has to learn to live without the other.

Beautifully realized characters made this well-told story a real page turner.
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