From Post-Self
[[Madison Scott-Clary]]
Source: Iris Jay
Format Novel
Year 2346
Canonicity Canon

See also: Synopsis

Nevi'im by Madison Scott-Clary is the third book in the Post-Self cycle. The title is Hebrew for "prophets", and refers to heralds of change.

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“Do you know how old I am, Dr. Brahe? I am 222 years old, a fork of an individual who is…who would be 259 years old. I am no longer the True Name of 2124. Even remembering her feels like remembering an old friend. I remember her perfectly, and yet I do not remember how to be earnest. I do not know how to simply be."

The cracks are showing.

Someone picked up on the broadcast from the Dreamer Module and as the powers that be rush to organize a meeting between races, Dr. Tycho Brahe is caught up in a whirlwind of activity. And as always, when the drama goes down, there is Codrin Bălan to witness it.

When faced with eternity in a new kind of digital world, however, old traumas come to roost, and those who were once powerful are brought to their knees

Growth is colliding with memory, and the cracks are showing.

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