Love Minus Eighty

by Will McIntosh

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In the future, love is complicated and death is not necessarily the end. Love Minus Eighty follows several interconnected people in a disquieting vision of romantic life in the century to come.


There's Rob, who accidentally kills a jogger, then sacrifices all to visit her in a cryogenic dating facility, seeking forgiveness but instead falling in love.


Veronika, a shy dating coach, finds herself coaching the very woman who is stealing the man she loves.


And Mira, a gay woman accidentally placed in a heterosexual dating center near its inception, desperately seeks a way to reunite with her frozen partner as the years pass.


In this daring and big-hearted novel based on the Hugo-winning short short story, the lovelorn navigate a word in which technology has reached the outer limits of morality and romance.


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Publisher: Orbit

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  • Release date: June 11, 2013

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  • ISBN: 9780316217774
  • Release date: June 11, 2013

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  • Release date: June 11, 2013


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In the future, love is complicated and death is not necessarily the end. Love Minus Eighty follows several interconnected people in a disquieting vision of romantic life in the century to come.


There's Rob, who accidentally kills a jogger, then sacrifices all to visit her in a cryogenic dating facility, seeking forgiveness but instead falling in love.


Veronika, a shy dating coach, finds herself coaching the very woman who is stealing the man she loves.


And Mira, a gay woman accidentally placed in a heterosexual dating center near its inception, desperately seeks a way to reunite with her frozen partner as the years pass.


In this daring and big-hearted novel based on the Hugo-winning short short story, the lovelorn navigate a word in which technology has reached the outer limits of morality and romance.


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