The Forever Sleep

(2 customer reviews)

Description

A century ago, the World Government sold it as “Peace on Earth.” All they did was convince the citizens of the world to download their minds into the Internet, leaving their bodies floating in stasis tanks. Now Sergeant First Class (Ret.) Scott Douglas was free to read a book in peace, without having to listen to the hippies and their endless whining. His only job was to walk through the stasis tanks once a day and check for problems. Then the Internet went down. Without it regulating their brains, humanity would be dead in a matter of days. It was up to Scott to save the hippies, even if all they did was complain.

2 reviews for The Forever Sleep

  1. RJ

    Wouldn’t that be “uploading” our minds to the internet? We’re treated to a nice piece of science fiction as Mr. Lester’s first finished work in 2007. An intriguing tale of what may happen should the science fiction books come true and we’re able to upload our consciousness to the internet, to live out our lives forever in “virtual reality”. Or at least as long as the internet stays up. And that’s the design of this short story. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Coolestmommy R

    This Sci-fi short story will really make you think. It was engaging and kept me listening to the end. Looking forward to reading more by these authors in the future.

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