Gentle #SciFi Rosie’s #Bookreview of The Afterlife Of Alice Watkins by Matilda Scotney

For gentle sci fi fans… or fans of gentle sci fi. 🙂

Rosie Amber

The Afterlife of Alice Watkins (The Afterlife of Alice Watkins #1)The Afterlife of Alice Watkins by Matilda Scotney

3.5 stars

The Afterlife of Alice Watkins is book one of a gentle science fiction series. It opens with Alice, who lives in Australia and is about to celebrate her sixty-fifth birthday. She falls asleep in her chair; when she awakes she is very confused; everything seems different. A carer and doctor explain that she has been asleep for around four-hundred-years, and her name is Alexis Langley.

Each day brings new discoveries for Alice. Currently her home is on a spaceship near Saturn, but the team around her are preparing for her return to earth. Alice is shocked when she sees a reflection of herself; gone is her grey hair and wrinkled skin. The women who returns her gaze is red-haired and aged around thirty-years-old. Alice still insists she’s Alice Watkins, but there are unexplainable moments. Sometimes she speaks and acts in…

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