But digital information has its vulnerabilities.
After the young and vital Thea dies and is stored, her devoted husband Max starts to wonder about changes in her preoccupations and politics. Are they simply the result of the new company she keeps? Or has she been altered without her knowledge and against her will?And if Thea is no longer herself, what can they do?
Blending near-future speculation with courtroom drama, this novel explores the technical, legal, and ethical ramifications of a technology that many see over the horizon.
|Oblique Angles Press
|5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.72(d)
About the Author
Wyle's voice is the product of almost five decades of reading both literary and genre fiction. It is no doubt also influenced, although she hopes not fatally tainted, by her years of law practice. Her personal history has led her to focus on often-intertwined themes of family, communication, unintended consequences, and the persistence of unfinished business.
Wyle is the author of six novels and one nonfiction book. The latter has the insanely ambitious goal of summarizing American law for the benefit of authors, law students, and anyone wishing to know more about the legal landscape they must inevitably navigate.