The Questing Mind by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
J. Reed Brasher knows he has forgotten something important. A lot of somethings, actually. The memory of his entire life slips through his grasp save for bits and pieces. Age, they tell him. And at 90, maybe he should believe them.
But he doesn’t. Because he remembers something. Something that tells him he should never have lost his memory in the first place.
Chosen by Tangent Magazine as one of the top ten science fiction stories of 1998.
“…what a writer [Rusch] is. Her subject matter may cover the normal topics of science fiction and other genres, but the main memory you take away is the way she approaches the story and her unique vision for the characters.”
—The Baryon Review
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