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In a time when prisons no longer contain inmates behind concrete and steel, the convicted serve their time while asleep, rehabilitating in virtual reality while blissfully unaware of their crimes.
Roger Parker is a professional prison breaker, skilled at navigating these strange penal dream worlds and extracting those imprisoned there—for a price. Parker wants out of the game, but a powerful senator, desperate to save his son, convinces Parker to pull one last job. The clincher? An opportunity for Parker to find his wife, herself interned, lost somewhere in a treacherous, time-shifting Manhattan cyberscape.
As Parker and his team make their hallucinatory journey between worlds, memory and motive lose coherence and integrity, and the clock begins to run out: internal security detects the breaker, and sets out to remove him—permanently.
Unable to rely on his perceptions, unsure of the truth or even his very identity, will Parker break out . . . or be broken?
|Title||:||The Memory Agent|
|Number of Pages||:||332 pages|
June 22, 2017
The Memory Agent is a fast paced, mind bending fascinating book set in the future. The story begins in "Egypt" on an archeological dig and travels to Manhattan but in reality is just a dream within a dream. Yes, it IS one of those books. But the writing and the concept is so incredibly unique tha...
August 07, 2017
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This story is a mind-bend where you trapped between a dream and reality.
The story begins in a dream within a dream. The place is Egypt in 1933. An archeological dig is led by Parker at the Valley of the Kings, south of Cai...
July 19, 2017
"Memory is malleable. Memory can be distorted. Changed. Blended together."
Wow, so I must admit, I enjoyed this much more than I thought I would. The synopsis doesn't really do this book justice. This is a sci-fi, horror, and psychological thriller all wrapped into one, and that, that is why I d...
July 29, 2017
This was an entertaining read. There are some really neat ideas happening in this book, but I wasn't crazy about the execution of it. For starters, there are only 8 chapters. Which meant that the chapters felt very long. This is a personal preference of course, and may not bother other readers. S...
July 20, 2017
Genius! Creative and original. I reserve a 5 star review for very select few books that were so good I would re-read them but this is one of them! This book was just what I've been hungry for and haven't read in awhile. I love sci-fi and mysteries and psychological suspense and post apocalyptic t...
July 19, 2017
WHAT. THE. FRICK.
This book is a total mind (insert bad word here)!!! And I LOVED every single moment of it. I even set aside Ruin & Rising to give this book my full attention after I realized I was hooked. Holy crap. I just finished it so forgive me while I gather my thoughts...
July 10, 2017
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The first thing I thought to myself as I read the last sentence of this story was, "that was a good book". The Memory Agent is a fantastic roller-coaster ride of suspense and science fiction and I was entertained th...
August 17, 2017
This book has an amazing plot. Because of the amazing-ness of the plot it sometimes overshadows the characters of the book. It took a while for me to realize that the name of the main character was Parker (This was before I reread the description.). I don’t even know what to say about his charact...
August 11, 2017
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It's been a few hours since I finished this book, and I've slept on it. I'm still not entirely sure how I feel about it though. It's a high 3 that I'm rounding up to 4 stars. It wasn't bad, but I didn't especially enjoy it.
July 06, 2017
The farther into this I got, the more frustrated I was. I finally gave up near the halfway point and I'm not honestly sure I'll ever finish it. *SPOILERS AHEAD* From the first page, you're trying to figure out what's going on, and not just in small ways. It starts out in Cairo, 1933, with the mai...