Memory s Child Phoenix Nest Guardians of the FutureShelana is a genius with a lot to learn A descendant of genetically enhanced humans known as Preservationists Shelana roams a landscape devoid of civilization in a

  • Title: Memory's Child
  • Author: Lynnette Spratley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Phoenix Nest Guardians of the FutureShelana is a genius with a lot to learn A descendant of genetically enhanced humans known as Preservationists, Shelana roams a landscape devoid of civilization in a world that long ago managed to advance itself right back to the Stone Age Presers have only one lifetask to pass on to their children the knowledge stored in their enhancPhoenix Nest Guardians of the FutureShelana is a genius with a lot to learn A descendant of genetically enhanced humans known as Preservationists, Shelana roams a landscape devoid of civilization in a world that long ago managed to advance itself right back to the Stone Age Presers have only one lifetask to pass on to their children the knowledge stored in their enhanced memories so that eventually, when mankind is ready to use it wisely, civilization may be restored The tragedy that leaves Shelana on her own too soon also sets her on a second path that threatens to end her life before her lifetask is complete To make matters worse, she faces a constant battle against the powerful, bloodthirsty Myths Their leader, Vernon, wants to eradicate Preservationists so he alone can control the redevelopment of civilization Vernon has made one mistake that may ruin his plans, a mistake the Myth leader doesn t even remember But Shelana does.Winner of the Authorlink 2001 International New Author Awards Competition, Science Fiction Fantasy Horror category.A sample of the sequel to Memory s Child, Phoenix Rising The Battle Begins, is INCLUDED in Memory s Child if you buy the Kindle edition after June 4, 2013 If you have an earlier edition, you can get The Battle Begins for your Kindle on or borrow it if you re a PRIME member.

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    1. I got this book for free and was generally not expecting much in the way of quality. I am pleased to say that I was wrong to think so.This book is a stunningly well-done post apocalyptic tale, in which society has evolved into tribes of nomadic hunter and gatherers, interspersed with the 'morons' or unenhanced humans are the preservationists, genetically enhanced humans whose job it is to remember certain parts of human knowlege so that it will not be lost forever. The central character is Shela [...]

    2. In a stark future world wrought from man's inclination toward annihilation, two groups of people struggle to survive and shape the future of mankind. The group known as the Myths is led by bloodthirsty, power-hungry Vernon, whose primary goal is to shape the future of civilization the way he wants it, with him at the helm. And he has the power, determination, and lack of morals to achieve his goal at any cost. Working against him are the Preservationists, or Presers, a group of genetically enhan [...]

    3. Picked this up as the post-apocolyptic scenario sounded different, which it was. Writing was a bit uneven, characters were fairly well developed although not always consistent but the storyline made it an entertaining read for me until I got to the cliffhanger ending. Ended just minutes before a big battle began between two of the major groups.Major pet peeve for me and I've been running into this gimmick so often lately, I've lost every bit of patience I ever managed to develop for it.Updated [...]

    4. Raw and graphic, difficult to read at times. A frightening imagination of a world post civility, trying to find its way again. Of course, prejudice and religious inspired ideals are inherent in man, ultimately we seek safety and from that they are borne. But is knowledge really the key to freedom, a life without want? Or a plague, not just to society but unto humanity itself?

    5. What the heck y'all. Unknowingly reading a book to discover that it's only the first in a series!!! I did not sign up for this! No resolution whatsoever. And I did enjoy reading it, but it was also kind of maddening at times and the writing quality was dubious. What am I supposed to do?!

    6. Looking forward to the next book, although I really want book 3 which will hopefully continue Shelana's story.

    7. Cool read, really enjoyable, and hey, the best description of what's wrong with windows I've ever read. Now you have to too

    8. This was a free book off . I guess whoever priced it knew the fair market value. I justI can't even's just that bad. Given the description, I'd hoped for far better. I'd have settled for anything approaching average. The premise had some (small) potential. Instead, it reads like the narrative of an RPG game played by people immature enough to think fighting is cool, wise-ass remarks equal wit, and lust is romance. It's mostly hack-and-slash tossed with a slwew of embarrassingly cliched sex scene [...]

    9. While I liked the premise and the first person narrative was fine, the main character's dialog was stilted and unbelievable as were her reactions to just about every event and every other character. She was not cohesive as a person and her behavior was often contradictory. I was unable to suspend disbelief and get engrossed in the story because the main character behaved so bizarrely that it was jarring and jerked me out of the story continually.

    10. I was excited by the premise, but quit reading about halfway through. Mainly because it started turning into a sappy romance novel, which I wasn't expecting. Also, the main character, who is supposed to be so highly intelligent, repeatedly, proved herself quite the opposite. This eventually became quite annoying.

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