How to create a new, non-violent version of the story of Neverending Story.
An attempt to recreate a story with an ending that isn’t violent has become popular on the Internet.
In a Reddit thread on Tuesday, writer and editor-in-chief of the news site Gawker, Jezebel’s Max Read, detailed how he had successfully recreated the story by replacing the ending with a new one, a story that is more nuanced and has less violence.
The original ending of Neuromancer had the protagonist go into a “hollow” state where she was left to be “saved” by a robot, and then later, after she was released, she was told by the robot that the robot had already killed herself.
The robot had taken the “hero”‘s body, and it was only after she found the robot’s remains that she could be free.
Read wrote that “this is a story where it’s ok to not kill a robot in the end, but it’s okay to kill the hero in the beginning.”
After writing the story, he came up with the idea of a story using the Neuroms story to tell a new ending, in which the protagonist would return to her human side and would be saved by a robotic robot.
He described his idea as a “Neuromancers story with a Neuromorphic ending.”
According to his post, Neurons story was “a story that’s about human beings overcoming trauma, loss, and a lot of other things.”
Neurisms story is about the journey from trauma to redemption and the end of the world, he wrote.
He said he wrote the story “to show how much I care about human life and the things we can do to make it better.”
Read’s original story was published in the April 2018 issue of New Yorker.