From Here to Eternity

From Here to Eternity Love never dies but apparently Rachel has Waking up one day to her obituary in the news and no recollection of the past few weeks Rachel calls her husband Nate in a panic at the research facility

  • Title: From Here to Eternity
  • Author: Paige Cuccaro
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Love never dies but apparently Rachel has Waking up one day to her obituary in the news and no recollection of the past few weeks, Rachel calls her husband, Nate, in a panic, at the research facility where he works Nate is the inventor of CYANAs, Cybernetic Anthropoid Automatons, vessels that look exactly like humans and can store a person s memories and maybe even his oLove never dies but apparently Rachel has Waking up one day to her obituary in the news and no recollection of the past few weeks, Rachel calls her husband, Nate, in a panic, at the research facility where he works Nate is the inventor of CYANAs, Cybernetic Anthropoid Automatons, vessels that look exactly like humans and can store a person s memories and maybe even his or her soul.When Nate arrives home, Rachel doesn t recognize the man who claims to be her husband Can Nate convince Rachel to fall in love with him all over again Especially once she realizes what he s done and what it means for their future

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      Published :2019-04-02T09:04:25+00:00

    About "Paige Cuccaro"

    1. Paige Cuccaro

      Wife, Mother, tax payer, writer.HELLSBANERead the complete series from the beginningI live in Ohio, with my husband, three daughters, three dogs, and three cats, in an ever shrinking house When I m not writing I m doing the mom thing with a book in one hand and a notepad and pen in the other Ideas come without warning and for me, the best way to stimulate my imagination is to enjoy the imagination of someone else.

    637 thoughts on “From Here to Eternity”

    1. I LOVED From Here to Eternity! As an avid steampunker, I connected to this story right away -- although the story isn't steampunk at all (it takes place in 2062), it does involve automatons. For such a short novella, it really asks a lot of questions about what it is to be human -- is it the body and what it's composed of, bones vs pistons? The brain? The memories? Love? The geeky qualities to Nate and the whole story was a perfect addition, and I admired Rachel's strength.From Here to Eternity [...]


    2. A sweet, short story about love and power, From Here To Eternity explores the definition of life in unprecedented circumstances. I like that Nate respects Rachel but challenges her to think beyond her self-imposed limiting beliefs. I also like Rachel’s willingness to adapt to unforeseen situation. While I wish to find out more about what Nate would do to continue to outsmart the CIA, I appreciate how things get wrapped up in the end. If you could stay alive after your human body is gone, would [...]


    3. From Here To Eternity was a very quick novella with a really interesting concept. I actually would have loved if Paige dove more into this topic and made this novella into a book because the idea of saving memories is so awesome. I loved this fast-paced and exciting sci-fi!Read the full review at Shortie Says


    4. In a futuristic world with advanced technology Rachel Burns’ husband has created a way to almost completely recreate a human being. When Rachel wakes up one day she knows something’s not right. She can’t quite put her finger on it but she knows that something’s wrong. Using her Connect Wear glasses (which are used to read a web paper and to make phone calls) she finds her own obituary. That freaks her out to be sure. Rachel knows she just needs to talk to her husband and best friend, Nat [...]


    5. My Rating: ❤❤❤❤ VERY GOOD: The characteristics of a 4 star book include: a great story; I loved the characters; and there was an interesting plot and unique story elements; there may have been a few odd things kept the story from being amazing. I would read it again and I would recommend it to a friend.Book Description:Love never dies…but apparently Rachel has.Waking up one day to her obituary in the news and no recollection of the past few weeks, Rachel calls her husband, Nate, in a p [...]


    6. Very interestingFrom Here to Eternity explored the concept of love living on after death in a rather unconventional way.I really like the premise. The idea of humans living on after death through upload of memories into an automaton was interesting and the ramifications of such a concept were explored throughout the novella. It's a new one for me and, I have to say, I found the idea fascinating.Rachel and Nate were an interesting pair. They've been happily married for years and now their love is [...]


    7. What a read! Talk about an interesting angle, Cuccaro blew me away. Considering that this is a short story, Cuccaro wisely used every word to convey the emotions and actions of her characters. Waking up on what she thinks is a normal and mundane day; Rachel reads her own obituary then calls her husband with a single line ‘I’m dead’. Nate, a researcher and the inventor of CYANAs is in love with his wife and will not be apart from her – by any means necessary. Outside from the ethics of wh [...]


    8. 2.5 StarsI'm not much of a sci-fi reader, but this had an interesting premise and I thought I'd give it a try's 2065 and Rachel wakes up to discover she's lost two weeks time and while she knows she's married to a man named Nate, she can't recall him or their life together. What she doesn't know is her husband is the creator of CYANA, cybernetic humanoids which can be uploaded with their human counterparts memories and emotions, living for a thousand years or more. She also doesn't know that she [...]


    9. For a short novella this packed quite a punch! Several surprises and some lovely romance is what you get when you read From Here to Eternity.From the moment Rachel wakes up one morning she knows things are not right. From the pile of dirty dishes to seeing her obituary in the paper Rachel does the one thing that makes sense, she calls her husband. The problem is that man that answers does not sound like Nate.Nate arrives home but Rachel does not recognize him. He hopes that she will stay calm an [...]


    10. For those of who enjoy a good Sci-Fi book, this may be the one that you want to pick up and read…The year is 2065, for the last two weeks to everyone Rachel had passed away or has she? She awakens to find her house a total disaster and what has Nate, her husband been up to. I found the book a quick, easy and enjoyable sci-fi contemporary romance story that had my kept thinking of [image error]The only downfall that I could tell was that the author could of written the book a bit longer and had [...]


    11. Very interesting take on cybernetics and our future. Based on the premise that a person's memories can be downloaded like a computer file and uploaded to a CYANA upon a person's demise, so that they can continue living. I had to keep reading just because I kept wondering what it would feel like - if my memories were transferred to someone, or something else, would I still feel like me? Lots of great possibilities for a series here - learning to download other people's memories and so get their a [...]


    12. NetGalley provided me with a copy of this book for my honest reviewThe synopsis presented a book that I thought I would find original and entertaining, unfortunately the synopsis was the only good thing this book had going for it. The characters had no personality. This book was only 79 pages and I felt like it went on forever.




    13. I absolutely loved this book! It's a quick read but doesn't lack substance. It's a fast moving, sexy, edge of your seat book! I hope to read more like this by Paige Cuccaro!


    14. From Here to Eternity is such a fun book. It has everything a reader needstion, romance, conspiracy and science fiction.


    15. I don't know what it is about this book. Maybe it's the scientist guy.Maybe it's his wife.Maybe it's just a nice, easy read that made my night.I picked this one up and couldn't put it down.


    16. *Book source ~ Many thanks to Entangled for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review.Rachel Burns sees her obituary in the paper and immediately calls her husband, Nate. Getting his voicemail, she starts to leave a message only to get an incoming call from her husband’s phone. However, when she answers she doesn’t recognize his voice. This day is getting weirder and scarier as things don’t add up for Rachel. The man on the phone promises everything will be ok and he’ll be [...]


    17. I chose this book to branch out from my usual reading genres. The book is a quick read. The subject matter is unique in that it involves robots (I thought of Rosie from The Jetson's only in a more human like form)and romance. It also involves romance, sex, science fantasy, CIA, advanced science, a futuristic time, and at least one good explosion. At times,the book seems to fill like a fill in the blank story or a by page 5 this needs to be happening, by this page they need to be doing this and b [...]


    18. I really enjoyed this futuristic cyber love story. It’s original, touching, fun and romantic. My only downer is once it started to get better and even more action packed, it ended without even a warning! Other than that it’s a very enjoyable read that I’m sure many fans of the genre or even others that are looking for something different, will enjoy.Rachel awakens to find out she’s dead. Well according to the obituary she’s deceased. But here she is alive and looking for answers. After [...]






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