The Memory Eater Anthology 2

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Have a cheating ex you can’t stop thinking about? How about a past failure which now defines you? Do you wish you could forget about the time you walked in on your parents making your brother or sister? Yes? Well then today’s your lucky day. Introducing the brand new Memory Eater—an orb-like device that fits neatly around your head like a diver’s helmet with the ability to locate and destroy any memory in the human mind. Victims of rape no longer need to fear dating. Drunk drivers don’t have to regret getting back on the road. And for those who have lost loved ones, you no longer need to mourn. Today is a new day. Today is your day. Start it off by deleting the past so you can save your future.

The Memory Eater Anthology


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Unknown United States

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E Electronic PublicationOne-time publication.
P Print PublicationOne-time publication.

Fiction Closed

S Science FictionOpen to all/most Subgenres.
Open to all/most Styles, including: Humorous.
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Last Updated:
22 Sep 2011
Date Added:
01 Apr 2011