Something dangerous lurks in the code.
Thanks to his ability to mentally control computers, Tim's job is to oversee the Legion Spore, a living airship made from a terrifying hybrid of computer intelligence and super-human powers.
He's removed most of the glitches, the so-called "ghosts" lingering in the code.
But the one glitch he can't account for is the ship's rogue personality, with its clear preference for Tim as its operator.
Under orders from his superiors, he's stuck on the airship trying to uncover the source of the glitch, rather than spending time with his loving girlfriend. Making matters worse for both of them, his nights spent aboard the ship are filled with strange, haunting dreams of an alluring affair he's never had.
As those dreams descend into nightmares, a pattern becomes clear. These nightmares aren't random figments of his imagination; they're warnings from a "ghost" with more influence on the ship's code than the other remnant memories.
If Tim can't find the reason for the glitch's overwhelming influence, he won't only lose himself to the ship's whispers, he'll also lose the woman he loves.
Uncover the secret behind the glitches in this enthralling sequel to Whispers in the Code... Read Ghost of a Memory today!
Authors' note: To jump right into the action, start with Whispers in the Code.
For a transition into this strange and gripping world, uncover its deadly secrets by starting with the primary series, Distant Horizon, or the series prequel, Deceived.
About the Author
Stephanie Flint (formerly Stephanie Bibb) graduated from the University of Central Missouri with a Bachelor of Science in photography and a minor in creative writing. She merged the two interests into book cover design and photographic illustration, but she particularly enjoys writing speculative fiction.
Stephanie lives with her husband, Isaac. Together they plot stories in the form of tabletop role-play games, and they enjoy the occasional cosplay.
Online, Stephanie often goes by the nickname of SBibb.
Isaac Flint graduated from the University of Central Missouri with a Masters in Psychology. He co-writes with his wife, Stephanie Flint, and enjoys tinkering with game mechanics and story plots.