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Simon lives on the south coast of England, where he works as an electronics engineer. He reads extensively and has a number of top-flight authors as favourites.
“A Short, Happy Life” will appeal to readers who love irony. Fitzroy Swackhammer acquires a brain implant that enables him to disengage emotionally from activities that bore him. To his delight, it works. But there’s a catch: does it work a little too well or does it work at all?
Albert Camus might be amused if he read “A Short, Happy Life” as a variation on the theme of his masterwork, L’Étranger. But Camus was not noted for a sense of humour; I think he’d say, “That’s where Meursault begins, not where he ends.”
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Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Simon. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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