Constance by Matthew FitzSimmons is a wonderful science fiction thriller. The story includes provocative and complicated characters. It additionally reveals an insight into every one of the complexities that cloning and memory downloading would bring to society. The novel is divided into three sections, with a total of 35 chapters, which makes it a 330 page story. The atmosphere in the book is brilliant, and the protagonist is sensibly depicted.
The book begins with a window into the life of the principle character Constance (“Con” to her companions), who is fairly discouraged and alone, carrying on with a solitary life as a remote worker in the year 2038. We discover that Con was part of a notable band, and that the majority of the people from the band died in a disastrous accident, what began her down a way of distress, isolation and depression.
As more data about Con’s family is uncovered, it is clarified that her auntie Abigail, a splendid scientist. She has created a cloning facility and given everybody in their family the ability to download their awareness to a clone upon death. One day when Con went into the cloning office for a standard monthly mind-transfer. She discovers that her auntie Abigail has committed suicide, and an uncommon medical condition keeps Abigail from having the option to be cloned. Something occurs during Con’s standard transfer, and she awakens year and a half later in another cloned body, left to sort out the secret of what happened to her…
This was a smartly and very well written story that mixes thriller and science fiction components impeccably. The characters are developed and practical, mostly on the grounds that the author joins genuine occasions with an envisioned future so well. For instance, Con was born on the day David Bowie died, and is a big fan of his.
Overall Constance by Matthew FitzSimmons was very well done and I enjoyed reading it. It’s always more fun when you don’t have the foggiest idea whom to trust and this story certainly has this. I likewise like any science fiction story that is straightforward and this worked effectively in doing that, particularly given the topic. Definitely recommended.