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The Memory Eater ➼ [Reading] ➾ The Memory Eater By Matthew Hance ➱ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The Memory Eater is an anthology consisting of 27 uniuely illustrated stories based on a device with the ability to locate and destroy any memory in the human mind Follow the story of a conflicted man The Memory Eater is an anthology consisting of uniuely illustrated stories based on a device with the ability to locate and destroy any memory in the human mind Follow the story of a conflicted The Memory PDF or man who tries to become the fantasy inside his head by deleting reality Or the story of a devastated couple who lost their child and turn to a shady Memory Eater doctor to erase their problems Discover the truth behind the urban legend regarding where The Memory Eater really came from and how it was used during World War II in the fight against Hitler and Nazi Germany Drop in for a tale of love and how one man never gives up hope to find his childhood sweetheart after The Memory Eater tore them apart Witness how a teenage prank involving the machine and a chore goes hilariously wrong Or how with the introduction of this new technology mass paranoia begins to spread prompting people to tirelessly investigate their own pasts See how The Memory Eater will shape the future into the perfect utopia How it evolves into much than deleting memories Memories will become transferable and sold in back alleys They’ll become viral But ultimately nothing will be safe not even the sacred depths of the mind.


10 thoughts on “The Memory Eater

  1. Fox Fox says:

    I won this book through the first reads programI really love short stories I especially love collections of short stories that all follow around a basic theme The Memory Eater is a truly great collection of short stories based around the central premise that a machine exists that can delete selected memories This Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind like principle is then taken to varying extremes by the contributing authors It's just fantasticSome write from the perspective of those who have had the procedure some from the technicians who perform it Some examine the myth of what would allow memories to be stolen and some implant false memories in others The play on memory and how malleable it can be is strong but none of the stories come off as redundant or boring The book makes you think and that's the most you can ask of any bookAlso worth noting is that each story begins with a piece of original artwork also contributed to the book The art is great and some of the pictures are really chilling Highly recommended book


  2. Bob Simms Bob Simms says:

    Disclosure time Let me say first that I have contributed two stories to this anthology so I won't include my stories in this review even though obviously they're the bestImagine a world where for the right price you could have selected memories simply snipped out No surgery no stay in hospital as convenient as having a tooth filled but without the pain Well usually Where there are no side effects at least for most people Where your life can be improved or at least changedThis anthology is a collection of 27 short stories all based around a machine that can do just that eat your memories The stories were written with no than a cursory explanation of the machine to start the authors off What impressed me was the sheer range of stories from thrillers to human interest from disfunctional societies to poetic justice Of course I've read anthologies before but the unifying theme makes it unusual and pushed me on to the next storyGo buy it I need to feed my children


  3. Polenth Blake Polenth Blake says:

    The anthology is based on the premise that unwanted memories can be erased by a machine Themed anthologies can suffer from the stories being too samey and that was a big problem here I read the first couple of stories but after that I skipped and picked a few at random from the rest I'd hoped to see of a range of situations but the ones I chose all read as though they were set in near future America and focused on a heterosexual relationship problem One story had a gay man being murdered for getting in the way of a different sex relationship which is a negative trope I'd rather not ever see again especially in an anthology with a heterosexual focusIt's possible there are some standouts in the ones I didn't read but I had no motivation to give the rest of the stories a chanceWhen I first reviewed this I said the stories were anonymous Author names and bios are in a list at the back but who wrote which story isn't identified in the bios or on the stories This was unfortunate as a reader as I do like to know who authored a story for better or worse and bad for the authors themselves I later realised there was a table of contents but the book didn't open to that page and it wasn't the built in table of contents Kindle recognises All round not a good way to format an anthologyOn the plus side I didn't see any issues in the editing and each story was illustrated If you're a fan of the themes I've mentioned this might be for youReview from


  4. Kim Charles Younkin Kim Charles Younkin says:

    I'm a contributing author to this anthology; my short story is called When Eva Braun was in Love and focuses on the use of the futuristic memory erasing device to change the path of the Holocaust A uniue anthology filled with stores not just in the sci fi genre but across all genres There's something for everyone in it You can buy it at wwwmatthewhancecom to check it out yourself


  5. John Otte John Otte says:

    As a warning up front I have a story in this book so take this with a grain of salt Or a boulder of oneI really enjoyed reading the other stories in this book Some were good some were well not so much but as of right now I think my favorite is Souvenirs of Another Life by Lauren C Teffeau Really good stuff


  6. Amanda Amanda says:

    A device that can remove memories becomes an important facet of life This anthology deals with how this would affect different people in different ways The black market uses the abuses of power and of course conspiracy theories For the most part this anthology is interesting thought provoking and at times funny Definitely worth reading if you're a fan of the genre


  7. Emily Gard west Emily Gard west says:

    I am trying to read this but for some reason the I can't see the last few sentences on each page Very distracting I have read the first story which was great but I probably won't read any unless it is fixed Anyone else have this problem?


  8. Kate Robinson Kate Robinson says:

    Author Joe DiBuduo and I have a story in this collection Lost Memories the only historical piece so I'm a bit biased I love the theme and am finding the stories to be consistently fun spooky and interesting


  9. Teo smite Teo smite says:

    I find that Short Stories anthologies are often too hit or miss for me This book is not that way I really enjoyed the different takes on a central theme


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