The Digital Galleries of Our Minds is a thought-provoking collection of philosophically inspired science-fiction short stories by Noah Levin. The stories revolve around the central theme of how memories relate to our identities and how potential technologies can alter this relationship. The three stories contained within this short volume (Rhonda, Daydream Believer, and Percival and the Grail) each explore different issues in different ways. These stories have the same feel as an episode of Twilight Zone or Black Mirror, and any fans of these shows, sci-fi short stories, or just a good story in general, will enjoy this work. The author, Noah Levin, has published both academic articles and book chapters, but this is his first independent publication.
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About the Author
Noah Levin is a publisher of FREE works for everyone. His day job is a Professor of Philosophy, and his night job is writing cool stuff, mostly philosophically informed science fiction. If you want to download anything I've written (in ePub and PDF formats) visit my publisher, NGE Far Press at http://www.ngefarpress.com .