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Reed’s Recommendation Corner: Ghost Station by S.A. Barnes

Is humankind made for outer space? Are we meant to live on other planets? What happens when corporations are responsible for the wellbeing of their employees thousands of miles away? Welcome to space. Prepare to scream. There might  be scarier things in space than late stage capitalism.  There’s always been a question of the consequences of space travel and the effects that living on another planet might have on the human body. More importantly, what happens to the mind between the cold sleep necessary for traveling hundreds to thousands of light years away from our natural habitat? Dr. Ophelia Bray is a leading psychiatrist in the treatment of Eckhart-Reiser Syndrome (ERS), which is a mental illness that causes hallucinations, paranoia, insomnia, and potential homicidal/suicidal tendencies in people who have been in space for too long. She works for a large corporation, but more importantly, she is part of a family that owns another major corporation. Because of this, and because she

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