Forget What You Can'T Remember

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Zombies! Doomsday! And someone who actually finished writing a novel in a month!

Mary, Lance, Brady, Lorraine, and the Sergeant are a handful of the survivors from a zombie outbreak that decimates a city. Each of them responds a little differently in the aftermath of the tragedy and to the inexplicable and possibly unrelated memory loss some of them seem to be suffering.

Paul is obsessed with a worldwide cataclysmic event he's been predicting ...

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Overview

Zombies! Doomsday! And someone who actually finished writing a novel in a month!

Mary, Lance, Brady, Lorraine, and the Sergeant are a handful of the survivors from a zombie outbreak that decimates a city. Each of them responds a little differently in the aftermath of the tragedy and to the inexplicable and possibly unrelated memory loss some of them seem to be suffering.

Paul is obsessed with a worldwide cataclysmic event he's been predicting for years, and while everyone else seems able to go on with their lives in its wake, he just can't let it go. Add a utopian city in the sky and a mathematician who can fly, then watch all these elements intersect and converge in a place where some see a moral void and others can't escape deep questions of right and wrong.

Forget What You Can't Remember explores everything from economics and ethics to politics, post-traumatic recovery and the loneliness of heroism. If it doesn't leave you guessing, it'll at least get you thinking.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781934516034
  • Publisher: Modern Evil Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/2009
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.67 (d)

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