Recursion Read Author Blake Crouch Memory Makes Reality.That S What New York City Cop Barry Sutton Is Learning As He Investigates The Devastating Phenomenon The Media Has Dubbed False Memory Syndrome A Mysterious Affliction That Drives Its Victims Mad With Memories Of A Life They Never Lived.Neuroscientist Helena Smith Already Understands The Power Of Memory It S Why She S Dedicated Her Life To Creating A Technology That Will Let Us Preserve Our Most Precious Moments Of Our Pasts If She Succeeds, Anyone Will Be Able To Re Experience A First Kiss, The Birth Of A Child, The Final Moment With A Dying Parent As Barry Searches For The Truth, He Comes Face To Face With An Opponent Terrifying Than Any Disease A Force That Attacks Not Just Our Minds But The Very Fabric Of The Past And As Its Effects Begin To Unmake The World As We Know It, Only He And Helena, Working Together, Will Stand A Chance At Defeating It.But How Can They Make A Stand When Reality Itself Is Shifting And Crumbling All Around ThemRecursion

Blake Crouch is a bestselling novelist and screenwriter He is the author of the forthcoming novel, Dark Matter, for which he is writing the screenplay for Sony Pictures His international bestselling Wayward Pines trilogy was adapted into a television series for FOX, executive produced by M Night Shyamalan, that was Summer 2015 s 1 show With Chad Hodge, Crouch also created Good Behavior, the T

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Recursion
  • Blake Crouch
  • English
  • 21 July 2019
  • 9781524759780

10 thoughts on “Recursion

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    UPDATE IT S OUT Go read it so we can all gush about it 4.5 As always, Crouch knows how to keep you on your toes and does a great job at mixing thriller and sci fi genre.A mysterious disease starts affecting people s memory, giving them memories of a life they never lived NYPD detective Barry Sutton is trying to investigated how the False Memory Syndrome is spreading and ultimately will come to face Helena Smith a neuroscientist who invented a device that s changing the world.Recursion will make you question time, memory and life.While the characters and dialogues didn t grab me from the start, I grew to care about them and their story and By the end, I couldn t put the book down The story also became a lot darker than I expected which I loved and the concepts mentioned were fascinating.If you ve enjoyed Dark Matter by him, I recommend you pick up this one.Can t wait to see the...

  2. says:

    me finishes reading any book by Blake Crouch me what the at dinner what the fuck me trying to sleep what the in the bathroom what the breathing w hAt THe F uCK

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    But what do you cling to, moment to moment, if memories can simply change What, then, is real Imagine you woke up one morning and discovered that your entire life your job, your kids, your friends, all your experiences wasn t real It still feels real You remember it vividly But you also suddenly remember another life your real life And you are told that the life you remember is a result of FMS False Memory Syndrome an illusion created by your brain.I don t know about you, but that thought is horrifying.In this book, New York City cop Barry Sutton investigates the suicide of a woman with FMS She killed herself after trying to make contact with the husband from her false memories and finding him married with a child How strange it is that she remembers an entire life with a man who exists, but he doesn t seem to remember her at all Barry finds himself needing answers.Eleven years earlier, neuroscientist Helena Smith conceives of a technology that can preserve memories and could eventually be a cure for the Alzheimer s that is stealing away her mother s mind Funded by a mysterious billionaire, Helena builds something that enables people to relive their precious memories But she never foresees the darker side of the project the side that triggers an unraveling of, not only the past, but reality itself.Needless to say, these two stories collide and it ...

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    Pleased to announce that Recursion is the scaredsuspensebookclub pick for June 2019 Come join us in reading and discussing this one on Instagram discussion will be posted on the 21st of the month Can t wait to spill the tea with you all Book of the Month selection June 2019 Everything will look better in the morning There will be hope again when the light returns The despair is only an illusion, a trick the darkness plays I m convinced that Blake Crouch is THE science fiction fantasy author of our time You know, the one that readers pre order their books without reading the description, the one that 50 years from now people are still talking about, dissecting his plot points and their dual meanings Yeah, that s Crouch If you don t agree, then that s ok, I ll respect your opinion But also, FIGHT ME. While I ve enjoyed all of the author s novels to date, Dark Matter is the one that sealed the deal in making me a life long fan But also Desert Places Recursion is another worthy entry in Crouch s SFF productions, and one that felt reminiscent of Dark Matter, which m...

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    Ticking away the moments that make up a dull dayFritter and waste the hours in an offhand way.Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home townWaiting for someone or something to show you the way.Tired of lying in the sunshine staying home to watch the rain.You are young and life is long and there is time to kill today.And then one day you find ten years have got behind you.No one told you when to run, you missed the starting gun.Pink Floyd TimeI am just going to say it Blake Crouch is the King of Modern Speculative Science Fiction Here is your crown, Your Majesty We are not worthy Imagine trying to follow up Dark Matter with something just as unique and mind blowing I think I probably would have just stopped there if I had written it The apex would have been reached There is no way I could have topped it Even trying would probably have fallen flat feeling like I just could not have done any better.To which Emperor Crouch says, HOLD MY BEER Recursion is just as mind blowingly unique as Dark Matter And, much like Dark Matter I cannot say too much about why it is awesome and mind...

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    Creative Though provoking Emotionally charged Memorable.Whether you re a reader that frequents the sci fi genre, or one that only occasionally takes a risk when it comes to the suspension of disbelief hello, that s me , recognizing and appreciating the level of creativity behind Blake Crouch s work takes little effort Time and again, Crouch has proven just how rewarding it can be to take a chance on something different Something totally outside of my typical With Dark Matter one of my all time favorite books and now Recursion, Crouch presents readers with a mind bending reality While each book provides its own unique and fully immersive journey, they share the provocation of deep thought and emotion on the part of the reader.Fair or not, my feelings for Dark Matter sent me into Recursion with the highest of hopes Hopes that I thought were going to be shattered early on when focusing felt undoable A science guru I am not Wrapping my head around what these characters were trying to achieve with memory recalibration, while simultaneously trying to foreshadow how Crouch would tie the two timelines together, felt taxing on my brain So much so, I had to take a breath for a few days Following that brief timeout, I did would I should have from the beginning Instead of trying to make sense of it all way too early on I handed the reins back to Crouch and put my faith in his ability to tell an unforgettable story And sure enough, along the same ...

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    FIVE MIND BENDING STARSBook readers tend to throw around words like addictive and unputdownable But, I m dead serious about those words And guys, I m here to tell you, I read RECURSION straight through dinner last night until I finished at three am this morning What an intelligent and freakin addictive thriller The first half sets up the rest of the book and it is crucial to read carefully and try to understand the very simple quantum physics necessary to travel around in time LOL I finally thought I had the timelines straight in my mind without the use of a giant white board I wanted to keep it straight, so I read And read And cried And marveled And cried again And closed the Kindle And kept thinking and marveling and sighing Who doesn t want a do over in life Personally, I don t trust anyone that says they live with no regrets Even if you consider yourself a perfect specimen, I guarantee you have deeply hurt someone s feelings or perhaps grieved the loss of a loved one If those aren t regrets, then you may be a sociopath.What if you could go back through your memories and fix them Change events in order to protect children, countries, civilizations This is the question RECURSION poses to the reader As wonderful an idea as this is, there are, of course, consequences to changing history Blake Crouch turns his incredible imagination loose in his latest thriller and your mind will be racing trying to keep up him.RECURSION is set in 2007 and 2018,...

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    Recursion has become the first sci fi standalone to be included in my favorite shelves.As many readers probably did, my first experience with reading Crouch s work was for Dark Matter I was super impressed by it and after hearing that the author has a new sci fi thriller that s highly recommended for readers who loved Dark Matter gave me so much joy it would be insane for me to not take a look at Recursion Do note that taking a look at Crouch s novel can be surmised as reading the novel non stop until completion This book was undoubtedly exceptional it was so good that it made Dark Matter which I loved and rated 4.5 5 stars felt like a practice novel so that Crouch has the skill to unleash the full capacity of his brain towards the creation of this cleverly crafted insanity.Two central characters drive the plot The first main character is Barry Sutton, a cop that s investigating the mysterious phenomenon dubbed as False Memory Syndrome FMS a phenomenon that drives its victims insane with false memories of a life they never lived The other main character, Helena Smith, is a neuroscientist that understands the importance of memory she deci...

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    He who controls the past controls the future He who controls the present controls the past George Orwell, 1984This was a book I had to sit and think about before writing my review, mainly because I had to let it sink it What would it be like to live your life over again What would it be like to go back and change past events How would this action affect your future How would it affect the future of others This book is deep and is thought provoking.Blake Crouch has written a very ambitious and carefully crafted book about memory, preserving memory, shifting reality, and using our memories and dangers associated with altering these things He does this with skill and finesse I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall while he was writing this Neuroscientist Helena Smith has dedicated her life to inventing a device which will preserve our memories Her intentions are pure She wants to help her Mother who has Alzheimer s, she wants to help those experience their happy times once again But what happens when people begin experiencing False Memory Syndrome a syndrome that causes irrational behavior in those who experience memories of lives they never lived.NYC police officer Barry Sutton begins to investigate the syndrome, he learns t...

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    A dark, sci fi thriller that had my mind bending in many directions From the author of Dark Matter , which has been on my reading list for some time, but still haven t read it yet Would you like a do over of your life Hmm, that seems like a loaded question and it is This was quite an edge of your seat, genre crossover that had me needing answers and quick.A brilliant neuroscientist Helena Smith, has developed technology that will redefine how we think about time and memory Playing with time and timelines is where she is headed and some seedy people just might want a piece of this technology Pandora s box has been flung open I really enjoyed this fast read, although it took some work on my part A lot happens and moves quite quickly think Evelyn Hardcastle meets time machine Lets talk equations, science, timelines, and memory loopy de loops If you have the patience, this is an entertaining, far out puzzle to enjoy.Interested Step right in, buckle up, place the he...

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