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The science of chronography is just a few years old, but the promising explorations have become mired in politics and greed. When seven-year-old Jored Wallace goes missing, only one person, chronography intern Danarin Adams, realizes he's gone. Soon she finds out that Jored's disappearance is only the first of many timestream disturbances. Who can she trust to help her set The science of chronography is just a few years old, but the promising explorations have become mired in politics and greed. When seven-year-old Jored Wallace goes missing, only one person, chronography intern Danarin Adams, realizes he's gone. Soon she finds out that Jored's disappearance is only the first of many timestream disturbances. Who can she trust to help her set things right?


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The science of chronography is just a few years old, but the promising explorations have become mired in politics and greed. When seven-year-old Jored Wallace goes missing, only one person, chronography intern Danarin Adams, realizes he's gone. Soon she finds out that Jored's disappearance is only the first of many timestream disturbances. Who can she trust to help her set The science of chronography is just a few years old, but the promising explorations have become mired in politics and greed. When seven-year-old Jored Wallace goes missing, only one person, chronography intern Danarin Adams, realizes he's gone. Soon she finds out that Jored's disappearance is only the first of many timestream disturbances. Who can she trust to help her set things right?

30 review for A Chronetic Memory

  1. 4 out of 5

    Derek White

    A copy of this Book Was Given To Me By The Author In Exchange For An Honest Review* I stand to be corrected if wrong, but I believe the author has come up with something original in science fiction - - the suggestion that inanimate objects absorb details of events near their location. Not only that, it is possible to access those memories and so the Research Institute of Anthropology & Chronographic History (RIACH) is formed to investigate and compile a record. Obvious uses include straight histo A copy of this Book Was Given To Me By The Author In Exchange For An Honest Review* I stand to be corrected if wrong, but I believe the author has come up with something original in science fiction - - the suggestion that inanimate objects absorb details of events near their location. Not only that, it is possible to access those memories and so the Research Institute of Anthropology & Chronographic History (RIACH) is formed to investigate and compile a record. Obvious uses include straight historical research and crime solving. Unfortunately there is a big snag (only discovered rather late) – the timeline can be corrupted by recording the events displayed. This forms the basis of an extremely well written and well thought out story that I advise you to read. Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official. For more information regarding our reviews please visit our Fansite: www.facebook.com/NerdGirl.ng ***

  2. 5 out of 5

    Samuel

    A really great and refreshing science fiction book about time. Like what I tell my friends - this is a time travelling book without the actual time travelling! The plot was exemplified through the context and felt as real as any 'dystopian-esque' storyline! A really great and refreshing science fiction book about time. Like what I tell my friends - this is a time travelling book without the actual time travelling! The plot was exemplified through the context and felt as real as any 'dystopian-esque' storyline!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Connelly

    Enjoyable read I really enjoyed the book. Interesting story line and great characters. Loved the ending and look forward to the sequel.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    What a trip that will get your mental gears trying to keep up with all the implications of messing with the past! Still the monster greed raises its ugly head.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lia Cooper

    Honest review in exchange for ARC. In the future, science has developed a method to examine objects and record their presence throughout time, but one young intern is about to discover a disturbing side of her research... Really well written debut novel. I love alternate universes and books set in the Pacific Northwest (esp Seattle) so this was a treat to read. The author uses a good mix of science and character development without falling back on excessive exposition (which is common in science f Honest review in exchange for ARC. In the future, science has developed a method to examine objects and record their presence throughout time, but one young intern is about to discover a disturbing side of her research... Really well written debut novel. I love alternate universes and books set in the Pacific Northwest (esp Seattle) so this was a treat to read. The author uses a good mix of science and character development without falling back on excessive exposition (which is common in science fiction i find). The concept of chronography is different from anything else i've read and well thought out in the story. Her vision of futuristic Seattle is subtle and unique; i really appreciated how her future had good and bad in it without falling back on the overused dystopian model. There's definitely room for more stories in this universe. I'm left wondering what will happen with Dani's position at the institute and her relationship with Lexil?? I hope the author explores their relationship more fully in the next book. Reminds me a little of Minority Report and Jasper Fforde. I think it will appeal to many different readers as it has a good balance of conspiracy, science fiction, and character development. Would characterize it as genhet.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Auri Blest

    First, let me say I am a sci-fi addict. Anything science and technology related, and I am in. I was drawn in by the cover and the title. When I read they blurb, I knew I had to read this one. It did not disappoint. Science fiction at its best. Chronography is an amazing concept. Kim K. O'Hara goes into great detail explaining every aspect of the science involved (amazing writing). I almost felt I was watching a movie. No, I felt I was watching a series on the Syfy channel because I saw the chapt First, let me say I am a sci-fi addict. Anything science and technology related, and I am in. I was drawn in by the cover and the title. When I read they blurb, I knew I had to read this one. It did not disappoint. Science fiction at its best. Chronography is an amazing concept. Kim K. O'Hara goes into great detail explaining every aspect of the science involved (amazing writing). I almost felt I was watching a movie. No, I felt I was watching a series on the Syfy channel because I saw the chapters as episodes and every time I stopped reading, I couldn't wait for the next episode to see what Dani was able to uncover, what of Jored. and yea or nay regarding Lexil. Yeah, my mind works like that. I'm really trying not to give any spoilers here. Just know it's an original concept, you'll feel you're involved in solving the mystery, the characters and their relationships draw you in, and she created a future society that it would be amazing to see.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mary Whisner

    Set in Seattle 200 years in the future, this book feature an intern at the Research Institute of Anthropology & Chronographic History (RIACH) who discovers a problem that changed the timestream. There's adventure, friendship, and a whiff of romance as she puzzles out the problem. The premise of being able to extract sensory impressions of past events from physical artifacts is clever, as are the plot twists that ensue. Although not labeled a YA book, I think this would be accessible to teens (ev Set in Seattle 200 years in the future, this book feature an intern at the Research Institute of Anthropology & Chronographic History (RIACH) who discovers a problem that changed the timestream. There's adventure, friendship, and a whiff of romance as she puzzles out the problem. The premise of being able to extract sensory impressions of past events from physical artifacts is clever, as are the plot twists that ensue. Although not labeled a YA book, I think this would be accessible to teens (even teens who are not reading adult books). The romance is very chaste. I might give this 3 stars, but I'm boosting it to 4 out of fondness for the author who was a close friend when I was a child (talk about time travel!). Sometimes I hate it that you can't write a review without committing to stars. And I don't like it that my giving a book 3 stars because it's not my favorite genre would lower its average rating and possibly deter some people from giving it a try.

  8. 5 out of 5

    B. Soreil

    Just when you think you've got this one - it tears off in another direction! A most excellent read filled with plot turns and twists of the most unexpected variety. You'll definitely want to find out where this story heads in the next book! Just when you think you've got this one - it tears off in another direction! A most excellent read filled with plot turns and twists of the most unexpected variety. You'll definitely want to find out where this story heads in the next book!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anne M. Tess

    Great read! This was a thoroughly enjoyable read! The storyline was unique and interesting. The characters were likable. The writing was clean and well-done. I'm eagerly looking forward to reading the next book in the series. Great read! This was a thoroughly enjoyable read! The storyline was unique and interesting. The characters were likable. The writing was clean and well-done. I'm eagerly looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Despite my reservations about books that mess with time, this is a lovely read with a few lovable characters. The villain's a bit bland, but I think the sequel will flesh the villain out some. There's a nice sense of closure even though there's room for more. Dialogue's very good. Despite my reservations about books that mess with time, this is a lovely read with a few lovable characters. The villain's a bit bland, but I think the sequel will flesh the villain out some. There's a nice sense of closure even though there's room for more. Dialogue's very good.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Terry Hildreth

    Something NEW under the sun A different twist on time travel. A cast of unforgettable characters and a pace that just won't let up. Be kind to yourself and read this book! I'm off to explore the sequel. Something NEW under the sun A different twist on time travel. A cast of unforgettable characters and a pace that just won't let up. Be kind to yourself and read this book! I'm off to explore the sequel.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Inari Okami

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lance

  14. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Davis

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn McCloskey

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sibylle

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dani

  19. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

  20. 5 out of 5

    Benay Katz

  21. 4 out of 5

    Geertruda Rullens

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sasha

  23. 4 out of 5

    Makenzie Dolnick

  24. 4 out of 5

    RJ

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nina Love

  27. 4 out of 5

    Judy Thomas

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sam

  29. 4 out of 5

    S.K. Ballinger

  30. 4 out of 5

    J.Elle

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