When a security breach is detected, the Memory Restoration Department is called upon to do what they do best: make you forget. But with every memory that's taken out, a new one must be installed in its place. It's a job that requires skill, artistry, discretion, and flawless proficiency in the language of memories. That's why only the best programmers in the world are recruited to work for the department. But diving too far into another person's memories is a dangerous endeavor. And for some, the temptation is just too strong.
"The Memory Coder," an original story by Jessica Brody, is set in the world of Unremembered, the first book in a sci-fi/suspense trilogy, on sale March 5, 2013.
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Pretty entertaining. It's got that mystic repetitive irony to it. It's a little too short, it took about ten minutes to read. Probably not worth the ninety nine cents, but certainly worth my ten minutes,