Book: Virtually Undone by Capri Flowerscategories: Book, Virtual Reality, Suspense, Crime, Murder, Memories, Dreams, Education, Dysfunctional, Abuse, Alcoholism, Crazy, Thriller
Capri Flowersabout this book: Virtually Undone is a captivating thriller that takes people directly into the throes of abuse and dysfunction. We hear about it in the news, we shake our heads at the sad stories, but we have no comprehension of what it might be like to experience it as a child with no choice but to try to survive.
In an optimistic attempt to change abusive memories, to lessen the lifetime impact of horrific upbringings, a teacher, Lucy Mathews, jumps at the chance to embrace the latest technology in Virtual Reality. Virtual Therapy is a technological advancement that allows individuals the opportunity to share thoughts and memories and, during the process, alter memories. With memories replaced, the after effects of abuse are also changed, allowing the client an opportunity for a more successful and happy future.
It's an intriguing concept, the potential of technology and the human brain. But, as it is with many things that humans rush into, the long term consequences are often not considered; the 'what ifs'. After all, allowing others into your mind, giving them access to explore your thoughts, memories, strengths and weaknesses, opening up the one part of you that, up until now, only you have had access and control over....what catastrophic events might unfold?
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