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Memoirs of a Synth: Firstdawn
     

Memoirs of a Synth: Firstdawn

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by Leigh Saunders
 
Arriving home to an unexpected visitor, Brianna Rei knows she's stayed in one place for too long – it's time to move on. Again. Before the knowledge of her true identity as a Synth proves to be too much for even her friends to ignore.
(a Memoirs of a Synth short story)

Overview

Arriving home to an unexpected visitor, Brianna Rei knows she's stayed in one place for too long – it's time to move on. Again. Before the knowledge of her true identity as a Synth proves to be too much for even her friends to ignore.
(a Memoirs of a Synth short story)

Editorial Reviews

Susan J. Kroupa
Leigh Saunders moves the reader beautifully into this alien world with just enough detail to enable us to visualize the world without overwhelming us.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011840289
Publisher:
Camden Park Press
Publication date:
11/18/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
257 KB

Meet the Author

Leigh Saunders writes science fiction stories focusing on how people (and/or aliens) interact with each other in our possible futures. Find more of her work at Camden Park Press (www.camdenparkpress.com)

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Memoirs of a Synth: Firstdawn 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
BlueRidgeGal More than 1 year ago
A friend recommended this story and I have to say I was immediately engaged by the other-world setting and the characters. So much "hard" SF leaves me blurry-eyed as one unfamiliar thing piles on top of another, but Saunders makes her far-future worlds as real and accessible as a book set in the here and now, never letting the action lag as Brianna faces hard choices that require all of her considerable resources to survive. I hope we'll see more of both Brianna and the worlds she inhabits in the future