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Delightfully disturbing short story

  • May 5, 2012
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A delightfully disturbing tale, A.F. Stewart’s Existence takes readers into the mind of a scientist who’s almost worked it out. Just one last experiment and they’ll have achieved all they desired. But suddenly he’s not sure anymore what he wanted or why or how the world has changed. Skillfully recreating the man’s confusion as he’s thrown into uncertainties, intriguingly creating a world that’s so scarily different from the one he woke up in, and cleverly refraining from too much explanation, this is classic science fiction with style. A thoroughly enjoyable read.

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Available in: NOOK Book (eBook). What happens when reality alters and you cant remember why?A time travel experiment goes awry, and one scientist must remember how to fix it. His problem? Hes losing his memories.
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