Imagine a world where memories are tangible.
They can be downloaded like software or discarded like trash due to the invention of a medicine called Ink.
Imagine a world where the thought of a Street is terrifying because it is not a road that leads to a destination, but a demented figure that haunts the streets as it does not have access to the new currency.
This is Kira and Ryelle's world.They are two young women bonded by their differences. Kira pleads to be free of the memories that haunt her, memories of abuse and horror, memories of disappointment and loneliness, but for some reason, she is unable to. Somehow, she is immune to Ink.
On the other hand, Ryelle is desperate to keep her memories because despite the mainstream use of Ink, something about it feels wrong to her. She is already constantly plagued by a strong feeling of forgetfulness.
Both Kira and Ryelle must face their memories in order to make sense of this twisted world where one valuable currency runs everything. If they don't, they may endure a much worse fate. Memories are everything.
Just ask the Streets.
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