After a hideous personal tragedy, a computer programmer creates a virtual intelligence named Rosa as a balm for her pain, then transforms herself into a machine in order to merge with her creation. Correspondence won’t be remembered for its hackneyed writing, but it is nevertheless packed with thrilling ideas. One of just a handful of female cyberpunk authors, Sue Thomas touches on the religious, artistic, and feminist implications of cybernetic channeling through a character who is equal parts Frankenstein and Woman Who Loves Too Much. Her self-help philosophy: Turn on, jack in, and check out. B+
Correspondence After a hideous personal tragedy, a computer programmer creates a virtual intelligence named Rosa as a balm for her pain, then transforms herself into...CorrespondenceMystery and Thriller, FictionSue Thomas After a hideous personal tragedy, a computer programmer creates a virtual intelligence named Rosa as a balm for her pain, then transforms herself into...1993-04-23Overlook
Genre: Mystery and Thriller, Fiction; Author: Sue Thomas; Publisher: Overlook
Posted April 23 1993 — 12:00 AM EDT
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