Nostalgia, Inc.

The price of his son’s life … is just a few enhanced memories.

Eddie Dowler’s 12-year-old son is dying. There are treatments available, but none he can afford. His son is going to die simply because he isn’t rich.

And then his doctor offers a ray of hope. There’s a way to pay for his son’s procedure. An unorthodox way.

And so Eddie calls Nostalgia Inc, an advertising agency unlike any he’s ever known.

He soon learns that the price of his son’s impossibly expensive operation … is merely a handful of tweaked memories.

It sounds innocuous.

What could go wrong?

★★★★★ “I love the premise of this book, and the statements it makes about personal and social psychology and the path our culture is taking. It’s a very clever and original idea and a real page-turner (or clicker since it’s a Kindle book). I couldn’t put it down and ended up staying up late to finish it.” — DBStevens

★★★★★ “Nostalgia Inc is a fascinating read in the same vein as the television show, Black Mirror. The story’s premise is simple: What would you do to save your child? What if your choice leaves a swath of destruction in your life, but the lure of a better life entices you to make increasingly poor choices. Once you fall down the rabbit hole, how do you stop your descent? A very satisfying read!” — Agony is the script for my Requiem

★★★★★ “What would you do to save your child’s life? This is a well-written, multi-faceted story that is both entertaining and will make you think. I also recommend the other Version Control books (standalone, so no need to read in order.)” — Ayme Bahrami

Nostalgia Inc is a Version Control book, a new collection of stand alone novels that investigate what happens when our technology outpaces our ethics. If you’ve ever wondered what Black Mirror would look like in book form, this is it. Grab your copy today!