Medira is a place where progress was purposely stopped in its tracks a century ago. A quaint city, where the population lives in peace and harmony -- a city of Gothic architecture and 19th century technology.
William Unger found himself in a Medira hospital 13 years prior, with no memory whatsoever. Now, years later, the head of the Abbey is creating a singularity that draws William into the center of a plan to protect Medira, but may destroy him, and Medira, before he figures out who he is.
Book II in the Memoirs On Being series, Medira picks up with a surprise where Time Ahead left off.
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Medira starts out with a completely different cast of characters, or so it seems. After a little bit, our amnesiac protagonist comes to realize that something is wrong. So very, very wrong. It answers many questions from the first story, but leaves some alone. It also poses more questions. A good book, even though it's only 68ish pages. If the series was turned into a novel or serie of novels, I would highly recommend them. Aw who am I kidding, I'm no adult-like reviewer. BUT MY POINTS STILL STAND! XD