Memories : Continue Online

  • by Stephan Morse
  • Narrated by Pavi Proczko
  • Series: Continue Online
  • 12 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The future is filled with self-driving cars, virtual realities, chore completing machines, and super-fast Internet connections. Yet all these technological innovations cannot prevent tragedy. Three years ago Grant Legate lost that which he loved most. His carefully built life fell apart in the wake of depression.
Now, Grant spends most days working endless hours as a companion to an AI. Their job is simple, to repair broken machines that humanity uses to visit virtual realities. Unintended hard work pays off after his boss forces Grant to take a vacation and try the latest game craze called Continue Online, a fantasy world with the freedom to play any role one might choose.
Inside this new game, he meets a series of AIs that are nothing like what he expected from a video game. Grant starts his journey from a very different perspective, and he is only one part of an AI agenda that will end up impacting all of humanity.


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I want to live in this future

I love books about the future, especially a future with cool technology and artificial intelligence. This is once of those book that you should probably listen to a sample to see if you a) like the narrator and b) can follow along with the story for a few minutes to see if it's your cup of tea. I liked it right away.

I liked how two scientists fought passive-aggressively to call an artificial intelligence "it" or "she" and each refused to budge on the personal pronoun. It seemed like Stephan Morse was illustrating that prejudice won't end in the future; it will just change from race, religion and color to whether you're born human or not. It reminds me of some of the themes that Gene Roddenberry toyed with in Star Trek: TNG days in terms of crew not treating Data with equality at times because he was a form of AI.

Going into this book without knowing a lot is the best way to go. You'll either dig it or you won't. I'm a future-lover, so I loved everything about it, including the fact that it didn't get so hung up on gadgets or tech that it lots its main focus of human emotions and the struggles people face, which never seem to change no matter how much time goes by, Highly recommended for a nice escape from reality.

I should mention that I was provided this free review copy audio book by the author, narrator, or publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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- Dominique

I cried and I laughed...

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would recommend this book carefully to others. If they have lost someone close to them and have had a hard time dealing with it, then this may not be the best of choices. There are some small parts that deal with great depression and a glancing blow at suicide, which I found tearful, having had to deal with that with friends and family. However the overall story line buoys an underlining emotion of hope and the struggles of the main character, who valiantly pushes onward, makes every triumph yours also. I greatly enjoyed this and wholeheartedly wish that Audible had more than just the first of the five books available.

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- Randy Barrett

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-28-2017
  • Publisher: Stephan Morse