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In Memory features seventeen unique takes on the theme of memory from authors spanning nine countries and four continents Written in dear memory of Sir Terry Pratchett and with all proceeds going to Alzheimer s Research UK, these seventeen tales of magic and the occasional automaton will move you from giggles to tears and back again This book is a fitting tribute to Terry Pratchett, a little man with a great big heart and an imagination that could not be constrained within the boundaries of our world His work reached out to millions and will in the future reach out to millions Memory is everything and Terry will always be remembered Robert RankinTABLE OF CONTENTS Thanks for the Memory Cards Luke KempThe Heart of the Labyrinth DK MokHow Fell the Towers Three Peter KnightonMemoryarian Scott A ButlerThere s a Tattoo, But the Robes Hide It Mike Reeves McMillanThe Shells of Lethe Laura MayAckerley s Genuine Earth Antiques Michael K SchaeferThe Chicken Gospel Phil ElstobDoris Sorin SuciuThe Wondrous Land of Nib Lyn GodfreyStrangers Robert McKelveyThe Tale of the Storyteller Caroline FriedelBubble Trouble Charlotte SlocombeThe Vividarium Steven McKinnonThe Archive of Lost Memories Anna MattaarIf Only I d Known Simon EvansThe Olivie Crowne Affair Choong Jay Vee In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett

About the Author: Sorin Suciu

A gamer by vocation and an office dweller by dint of circumstance, Sorin lives in beautiful Vancouver with his wonderful wife and their vicious parrot.Born in Romania, Sorin stubbornly resisted the temptation to learn English for well over twenty years When he finally gave in, it was not work or video games that weakened his resolve, but rather the mindboggling discovery of Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams and Monty Python With such teachers, it is no wonder that, much in the same way some lucky people learn to ride before they walk, Sorin learned to be funny before being fluent even if he says so himself.A late bloomer, Sorin Suciu made his literary debut in 2013 with The Scriptlings, a tongue in cheek contemporary fantasy aimed at geeks and mortals alike.

10 thoughts on “In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett

  1. says:

    In Memory is a wonderful collection of stories in tribute to the late Sir Terry Pratchett The running theme throughout the anthology is memory with each author crafting their own unique spin on it.This is a strong anthology with seventeen enjoyable stories providing the reader with a rollercoaster of

  2. says:

    With a huge diversity of tales, each of these seventeen authors have given their own tribute to Sir Terry Prachett with their words and their gift for creating fascinating stories Each author has also left a side note to or about Sir Terry that are as heartwarming as the method they have chosen to assist

  3. says:

    In Memory A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett contains 17 very diverse stories with one central theme Memory, or the loss of it If you were expecting that all of them would sound like Terry Pratchett, you d be sorely disappointed after all, these are very diverse authors from 9 countries and 4 continents Howev

  4. says:

    There are several things that are awesome about this the diversity of the stories and the quality of writing to start with which is impressive considering these are 17 different people, and yet managed to write at a consistently good level Most of these stories will make you laugh out loud, with the twists and

  5. says:

    This is an outstanding collection put together by Sorin Suciu one of my favorite authors and Laura May for a great cause Most of these stories were built to be funny, with some having touching life lessons included in them, and they span multiple genres from science fiction to fantasy to mystery I m sure you ll e

  6. says:

    Lucky me received an ARC of this book for review, and I m so glad I did First of all, Sir Terry Pratchett GNUTerryPratchett is one of my very favorite authors, and losing him to the embuggerance as he called it his Alzheimer s was a blow Second, I lost my grandmother to the embuggerance the last few years of her lif

  7. says:

    A deserved warning that I edited this anthology, so all of the authors and stories in it are those which I was involved in choosing and moulding, in a draconian, editor like way As such you should probably take this review with a grain of salt All the same, this is an incredible bunch of stories supporting a worthy cau

  8. says:

    This book is a fantastic collection of seventeen short stories all with the theme of memory Each story has its own style, and they come from a range of genres The collection is sad, funny, jolly and emotional all in one thanks to the wide range of ways in which each author handles the subject matter And there is just a li

  9. says:

    I believe Sir Terry Pratchett would be thrilled by this tribute It is a collection of exquisite stories, written in such a way that each of them drags you inside it and then builds its own room in your mind And at the end of reading the book you find yourself to be the owner of a palace of marvelous spaces which you feel com

  10. says:

    Drawing on the literary legacy of Sir Terry Pratchett without being constrained by it, this anthology is filled with memorable speculative fiction while avoiding that joke.This review is based on an advanced review copy.This anthology contains seventeen short stories in a variety of genres but united by the concept of memory Th

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