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New Normal By Jeffrey Ricker,

  • Title: New Normal
  • Author: Jeffrey Ricker
  • ISBN: 9781452443980
  • Page: 163
  • Format: ebook
  • What if doctors were able to transplant your mind into a new body after a terrible accident What if, thanks to the process, you found you could no longer love the person you were with or live your old life What would become your new normal
    New Normal What if doctors were able to transplant your mind into a new body after a terrible accident What if thanks to the process you found you could no longer love the person you were with or live your old

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    1. Jeffrey Ricker tackles a fascinating futuristic concern in his short story New Normal This story tries to show what could happen if your mind is given a new body after your death A way to prolong life after the fragile shell has gone Not only is this a unique and interesting question, it poses so many new concerns.Ricker doesn t get into those questions, concerns, concepts, and ideas and perhaps the story is better for it Instead this is a glimpse into the life of someone that is transplanted an [...]

    2. The ideas are simply presented and easy enough most any reader could visualize them a person waking up disoriented after having died I somehow found the tenses used a little strange, as sometimes it seems a memory, then at others, as if scenes were presently happening to the main character The character was somewhat confused after their reawakening so descriptions naturally evidenced this.The idea is interesting, yet it seemed to me like grasping for what you believe is solid or that a solidity [...]

    3. A reminder that a short story can deliver a punch, New Normal brings a solid speculative edge to a fascinating question if you could be returned to life, for all intents and purposes rebooted, what might that be like For Ricker s narrator, the question becomes paramount when feelings about vital parts of the old life seem to be as new as the second body.Give this a read.

    4. The ideas are simply presented and easy enough most any reader could visualize them a person waking up disoriented after having died I somehow found the tenses used a little strange, as sometimes it seems a memory then at others, as if scenes were presently happening to the main character, but the character was somewhat confused after their reawakening so descriptions evidenced this.The idea is interesting, yet it seemed to me like grasping for what you believe is solid or that a solidity will e [...]

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