The Persistence of Memory
Every day, Daniel Schroeder breaks his father’s heart. While forgetting your problems won’t solve them, it does seem like it would make life a heck of a lot easier. Daniel thought so once. Now he knows better. He and Big Dan have always been close, which makes it all the more difficult to break... show more
Every day, Daniel Schroeder breaks his father’s heart. While forgetting your problems won’t solve them, it does seem like it would make life a heck of a lot easier. Daniel thought so once. Now he knows better. He and Big Dan have always been close, which makes it all the more difficult to break the daily news: the last five years were nothing like his father remembers.They’re both professionals in the memory field—they even run their own memory palace. So shouldn’t they be able to figure out a way to overwrite the persistent false memory that’s wreaking havoc on both of their lives? Daniel thought he was holding it together, but the situation seems to be sliding out of control. Now even his own equipment has turned against him, reminding him he hasn’t had a date in ages by taunting him with flashes of an elusive man in black that only he can see.Is it some quirk of the circuitry, or is Daniel headed down the same path to fantasy-land as his old man?
Publish date: 2012-05-04
Publisher: JCP Books LLC
Pages no: 158
Edition language: English
Series: Mnevermind (#1)
As usual, I don't know what I get myself into when I read a Jordan Castillo Price novel...
This is a cool story. It's science fiction. People now go in to undergo these lifelike dreams. It's common place and after awhile they fade. Some trippy things happen. It's interesting and definitely not the end of the story arc. I'll continue for sure.
4 stars for story, 3 stars for narration, overall rating 3.5 stars JCP does it again. I love her PsyCop series, and Vic and Jacob are among my top fave m/m couples of all time. This doesn't really come anywhere close to that, but it proves what I discovered while reading PsyCop and the Turbulence ...
"I like you, and I think you like me." What a great kick-off for a trilogy. Though there were too many technical details and too little romance and steam for my taste (there was just a tiny little hand job at the end, blink and you'll miss it), I can't help but admire Jordan Castillo Price's com...
BR, March 30th with Susan, Gaby and BucletinaWow, I'm really impressed with this series!!! So original......Review to come.