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The machine

The machine

Smythe, J. P. (James P.), 1980- author

Beth lives alone on a desolate housing estate near the sea. She came here to rebuild her life following her husband's return from the war. His memories haunted him but a machine promised salvation. It could record memories, preserving a life that existed before the nightmares. Now the machines are gone. The government declared them too controversial, the side-effects too harmful. But within Beth's flat is an ever-whirring black box. She knows that memories can be put back, that she can rebuild her husband piece by piece

Book. English. Dystopias. General.
Published London: Blue Door, 2013
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    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
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Statement of responsibility: James Smythe
ISBN: 000742860X, 0007428618, 9780007428601, 9780007428618
Physical Description: 321 pages ; 23 cm