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Carte Blanche ❮KINDLE❯ ❆ Carte Blanche Author Stephanie Manova – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Two thirty something scientists Mr and Mrs Clancy adopt a group of kids off the black market and lock them in rooms that simulate reality as an experiment Eighteen years later the Clancys release thei Two thirty something scientists Mr and Mrs Clancy adopt a group of kids off the black market and lock them in rooms that simulate reality as an experiment Eighteen years later the Clancys release their subjects into the real world What world And how might a lifetime spent behind a screen impact a generation Carte Blanche is a fast paced short story authored by Stephanie Manova depicting a condensed and extreme version of what becomes of youth raised in a virtually based reality.


2 thoughts on “Carte Blanche

  1. Dan Qantaqua Dan Qantaqua says:

    Imaginative short story about 5 kids in a fake world and what that could or would mean as opposed do what all the world's children seem to be doing these days anyway In a world filled with Twitter Facebook and every other form of social media this story touches on what too much technology and too little human contact might mean for experimenters and subjects alikeThis story feels like a prologue than a story and when I reached the end a part of me wanted to know what would come next In all honesty that's the beauty of the story It forces you to continue the narrative in your own mind which so many other authors take from the readerWorth the 30 minutes or so to read Interesting psychological prospect and theory that will make you wonder what next in a way that stories should


  2. Lynn Mccorry Lynn Mccorry says:

    This is a good short story but I wish there had been to it I would have liked to have seen the ending go on for a bit longer I wanted to learn about the teen's reactions The story is good though there are a lot of things that could have been explained better Having said all that I would still recommend it It's one of those books that everyone will take away something different from It's a short enough read and while you won't feel duped by the end of it you may find yourself wanting Or who knows you may well be satisfied with the outcome


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