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Memory Road

Martin Mcsweeney

Publisher: The Conrad Press

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Summary

Do we carry our ancestors’ memories in our DNA? What if you could travel back in time through these memories to change the past? ‘Memory Road’ explores these intriguing questions. 
  
Robert Price wakes up in an underground facility with four other teenage captives. Using a newly discovered super drug, these five teenagers are invited to ride old memories back in time to save lost loved ones. Blake Carson, the architect of their abductions, has considerably more sinister plans, and these teenagers are his ticket to the past. He wants to alter pivotal events in history, but these changes cause ripples that could have dire consequences for all humanity. Robert has a decision to make. Will he ride the Memory Road?
Available since: 01/16/2023.

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