Recommended: The Man Who Could Not Forget by Michael Graeme

The Man Who Could Not Forget is a short story, free from Smashwords. It is about, well, the title tells you that much. The main character is unable to forget anything in his life, from the smallest detail to the most subtle emotion, and has to regulate his life so as not to fill up his brain prematurely. The ramifications of this “ability” are beautifully played out, and not without interesting and unexpected twists and turns. A perfectly crafted story, highly recommended.

Michael Graeme has several other books available, also for free, from Feedbooks, including this quite interesting story, The Man Who Talked to Machines

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3 thoughts on “Recommended: The Man Who Could Not Forget by Michael Graeme

  1. Hello Tom, thanks for following my blog, and for recommending my story – I’ve seen your name on Paul Samael’s blog. Good to make your aquaintance, and very pleased to be following you here on WordPress.

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    • Good to make yours too. I read The Man Who Talked to Machines last night as well, and liked it very much. You have a great touch and I enjoy the unexpected angles you take on your interesting ideas. Great stuff! I’m a fan of Paul’s writing as well – fiction and blog both. It’s always such a treat to come across such gold.

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