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Rememory ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Rememory By John Gregory Betancourt ❤ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Steel clawed catmen Hangman and Slash prowl the burned out urban Sprawl For the gene modded catmen ripping off hot cargoes from rival animen is a fine life of thief vs thief cat vs dog Until Slash sco Steel clawed catmen Hangman and Slash prowl the burned out urban Sprawl For the gene modded catmen ripping off hot cargoes from rival animen is a fine life of thief vs thief cat vs dog Until Slash scores a take that a little too hot the PED spy eye a top secret sense recorder implant that turns the human brain into a perfect playback machine Any brain living or dead.


2 thoughts on “Rememory

  1. Strix Strix says:

    Concept in a dystopian future people can choose to be anything they want So some people choose to be anthropomorphic cats and others dogs They commit crimes and fight them and lobby for their rights with the rest of normal humanity and it's pretty coolThe problem the character writing is so generic Your main character is a dude motivated by revenge and petty crime he gets embroiled in something a lot bigger than him things go boom It's standard cyberpunk pulpExcept I spent half the book wondering about the cyberpunk elements because despite the setting it seemed to be weirdly pro authority pro corps etc The main character kept winding up on the side of the law which was bizarre and the least cyberpunk thing you can think ofThen the ending hit and what the that was an extremely dark profoundly messed up ending Extremely cyberpunk And honestly it elevates the book makes it than a bit of action y schlockI'd recommend this if you can stomach the kind of generic action on the way to the ending There's cool world building You'll have a good time then you'll be left going what the hell was that at the end but in a good way


  2. R. R. says:

    To sum it up Catpeople wander the apocalyptic cityscape solving a mystery involving cybertechnologies and the government It's sci fi pulp from the late 80s so naturally the tagline is Welcome to the jungle And uh the main character is named SlashIncredibly prescient for pulp with its electronic mailits vidphonesits tazersits false flag operations to stir patriotism Still its aircars animal form body modifications and recordable memory chip brain implants keep it well enough in the realm of science fiction I'd say a lot of the tech in this book is still 10 years in the futureuick nod to A Clockwork Orange the violent glitterpeople the enhanced milkalso the endtwist reminded me of the great endtwist of The Man Who Was Thursday


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