J. Reed Brasher knows someone is stealing his memories. He just can’t prove it. He’s 90 years old, and everyone blames the loss on age. But Brasher isn’t the kind of man who loses his mind to age. He’s losing it to something else. He must find out what that something else is before his mind is gone. 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"
International bestselling writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch has won two Hugo awards, a World Fantasy Award, and three Asimov’s Readers Choice Awards. Her latest novel is Diving into the Wreck from Pyr. Golden Gryphon has collected her recent award winning stories in Recovering Apollo 8 And Other Stories.
If you liked “The Questing Mind,” you might like these stories and collections by Kristine Kathryn Rusch:
Five Short Novels
The Possession of Paavo Deshin
Reflections on Life and Death
Flowers and the Last Hurrah
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