Caligatha

Caligatha

Matt Spire / Jun 02, 2020

Caligatha What if there was no such thing as death or disease What if every dream could come true Would it be a human utopia Or an unfathomable nightmare Lydia has lived her entire life in Caligatha a quaint c

  • Title: Caligatha
  • Author: Matt Spire
  • ISBN: 9780692506097
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if there was no such thing as death or disease What if every dream could come true Would it be a human utopia.Or an unfathomable nightmare Lydia has lived her entire life in Caligatha, a quaint coastal resort that seems blissfully unaware the world has been destroyed Jericho, a brilliant scientist riddled with guilt, attempts to recreate his deceased wife and cWhat if there was no such thing as death or disease What if every dream could come true Would it be a human utopia.Or an unfathomable nightmare Lydia has lived her entire life in Caligatha, a quaint coastal resort that seems blissfully unaware the world has been destroyed Jericho, a brilliant scientist riddled with guilt, attempts to recreate his deceased wife and child, only to wind up in a drug fueled haze in Caligatha When the two meet and form a rocky relationship, they start to suspect something is not quite right about their reality.Meanwhile, in another timeline, survivors of the worldwide plague attempt to understand how it all went wrong, and survive in a near future wasteland of high technology and chaos The evidence they find brings them all together in a shocking way.A thrilling exploration of the dark fringes of a derailed singularity world nanotechnology, genetic engineering, and artificial intelligence alter the rules of human existence But human drives and motives remain unchanged at their best and at their most terrifying.

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    About "Matt Spire"

      • Matt Spire

        Matt Spire is a fiction, scifi, and horror writer living in Frederick, Maryland with his wife Amanda and a ferret named Sylvia Plath don t worry, they have an electric oven Matt Spire first became interested in the ways technology influences human culture after reading Ray Kurzweil s technological singularity masterwork Spiritual Machines Spire s writing is influenced by science fiction writers such as William Gibson and literary fiction authors as diverse as Margaret Atwood, Bret Easton Ellis, Kurt Vonnegut, and others.


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    1. Caligatha is a hard book to explain, it is one that is more complex than your average novel but also one that is more meaningful and understandable than others. The story is focused on a brilliant scientist, Jericho, as he tries desperately to relive his past, one that was painfully taken away from him. His pregnant wife died, and Jericho blames himself for it; she was sick with an illness which was killing her, and Jericho tested one of his creations on her, a prototype of a synthetic immune sy [...]


    2. Ok so I finally got around to reading this book.Caligatha by Matt Spire. It was a great read and I must say I was actually blown away with how good it was. Taking me on unexpected turns and not just at the end of the book like most do. The sentences.s upon lines in the bookch poetic beautyis author certainly knows his words and uses them well. A haunting read, one that will follow you well after you finish it. I don't even know where to begine story is so complex it is difficult to describe (but [...]


    3. I made the mistake of reading this book when I was trying to go to sleep. Finished the book. Did not sleep. The narrative style somewhat reminds me of how hebephrenic Naked Lunch is; all over the place but you get into it.



    4. I LOVED THIS BOOK!! It’s incredibly well-written with strong characters, a thought-provoking plot, dazzling analogies, and stylish prose. In the first few chapters, I felt a bit disorientated but this was only because as a reader I was thrown into a world so new and so fascinating it took me a while to see how brilliantly everything was starting to fit together. The author really knows how to pull you into the story and keep you there and once you’re in it feels like you’re sliding down th [...]


    5. *Copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review*"If anything was immortal it was death."3.5 stars.This book appealed, straight away, to my love for a darker story. The horror aspects were so fascinating and came as a surprise to me. It was gory, and I was in awe most of the time since I knew next to nothing about the story when I started reading. The premise of this book was intriguing to say the least. The entire plot line's built on tragedy and that is the mood I experienced from cov [...]


    6. I really enjoyed this book! My husband bought it because of a Tweet that showed up on his feed, so it was in our Kindle cloud. I opened it up not knowing anything about it and I'm really glad I did! Great story, GREAT story. It combines numerous genres and it is extremely compelling. I find myself unable to put it down despite the fact that I was continually telling my husband and that I had no idea what was going on (it all becomes clearyou just have to let it unfold). However, now that we're s [...]


    7. Wow! Some really good writing here and not just the flow of the book, there were some really awesome twists and turns. Quality sci-fi book and I'm seriously glad I won this in the giveaways. One of the best things about the book is the strong character base, especially Jericho, very layered and relate able.



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