To live, is to re-live…
The Memory Engine – a device which allows you to explore past locations and events through the amalgamated memories of people who were actually present at the time. Revisit your past within computer-generated, photo-realistic reconstructions, all from within an advanced virtual reality headset.
That’s all well and good, but when Evan Turner is asked to test the Memory Engine before its official release, his life begins to fall apart. He could probably deal with that… if it wasn’t for his own ineptitude and social awkwardness that is.
After a series of bizarre attacks on a huge virtual world known as ‘Opalia’, Evan is forced to use the Memory Engine and explore the past in hope of bringing the perpetrators to justice.
But could relying on memories prove to be a mistake?
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About the Author
Gary Walkden is the author of 'The Memory Engine', a humorous science-fiction novel with a focus on VR/AR, and revisiting past memories through advanced technology.
Gary was born in the middle of England in 1980, and grew up listening to music by The Beatles and reading books by Roald Dahl.
He started writing novels in his mid-twenties after having a history of penning a number of short stories. His first novel, Kinesis, was published in 2012 under the pen name, Ethan Spier. It has since been downloaded over 100,000 times around the world.
Two sequels (The Kinetic and Corona) were published in the subsequent years, as well as a standalone thriller called Kaleidoscope