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Kasei no kioku   By: (1915-1994)

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Kasei no kioku by Raymond F. Jones is an intriguing and thought-provoking science fiction novel that explores themes of memory, identity, and the power of technology. The story follows a group of scientists who discover a way to transfer memories between individuals, leading to ethical and moral dilemmas.

Jones' writing is engaging and keeps the reader hooked from start to finish. The characters are well-developed and the world-building is immersive, drawing the reader into a future where memory manipulation is a reality. The ethical questions raised in the novel are both compelling and relevant, making the reader think about the consequences of tampering with memory.

Overall, Kasei no kioku is a fascinating exploration of the potential consequences of memory manipulation and the blurring lines between ethics and progress. Jones' storytelling is top-notch and will leave readers pondering the implications of memory technology long after they have finished the book.

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Title: 火星の記憶(Kasei no kioku) (The Memory of Mars) Author: Raymond F. Jones Translator: 林清俊(Kiyotoshi Hayashi) Character set encoding: UTF 8

火星の記憶 レイモンド・F・ジョーンズ

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 新聞記者は病院にたいしても客観的にならなければならない。記者の仕事は他人の心を揺さぶることで、自分の心をかき乱すことではないのだ。しかしそんなことを言ったって、いまはなんの意味もない、とメル・ヘイスティングスは思った。この病院のどこかで、アリスが... Continue reading book >>

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