The Memory Machine
Bryan Kollar
In Collection
#87
10*

Meet Nathan Hickling, AKA Blake Stone, a modern day superhero. Blake is about to tackle crime, one of the growing problems of today's world, by solving felonies like murders, robberies, rapes and kidnappings.

With his new invention, "The Memory Machine," he can 'see' criminal activities as though personally witnessing them, even those commited in years past. So now there is no 'perfect' crime, no memory can be hidden from Blake Stone....

What does this mean for the world? Surely nobody will be bold or stupid enough now to comit an offense and think it can be hidden.

But there's always somebody prepared to test the boundaries...
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Read It Yes (11/19/2013)
Started Reading 11/19/2013
Notes
1 - Terrible ------------2 - Between Terrible & Fair
3 - Fair -----------------4 - Between Fair & Good
5 - Good ---------------6 - Between Good & Very Good
7 - Very good----------8 - Between Very Good & Excellent
9 - Excellent----------10 - Absolutely Fantastic

Rating: 10

I'm kinda biased on this one, since I wrote the damn thing. :)