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Summary

With one touch, Faye can know you inside out. She can see cells when people see people. She can hear cells when people hear nothing. And Faye can will human cells to do anything. Anything.

Genre:
Scifi / Other
Author:
Calliecature
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
3
Rating:
4.0
Age Rating:
16+

Prologue

It’s not so bad getting hit by a car.

The instant the bumper hit his legs, the capillaries burst with torn blood cells, flooding the world under the abraded skin. The force rippled throughout his body, ripping through both muscles and vessels, frying his brain at the body’s anguish through his nerves.

Cells burst, filling every interstitial space, pressing into torn fibres of both muscle and sinew. The fat and meat did nothing to cushion the impact that shard two columns of calcium. Two columns of calcium which could withstand a force of 1800-2500 pounds.

It was bad when the bumper broke both of his legs and sent him tumbling in the air. But by the time he landed on his shoulder and then on his head, he couldn’t feel anything after.

Internal bleeding is painful. But with his spine snapped on the neck, it was pretty much to say that he was barely aware of his surroundings, much less, the blood invading the space for his brain.

Like all stories that end with a guy’s stupidity, it all started with a girl.

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Annelie: 10/10 The best book so far. I loved it.

Amy_F_Turner: The premise here is that something is brewing with the Android and partner of the tale done in a second person POV. It is immerse that way, but as others have indicated, being addressed by a generic name would feel appropriate. Partner or some other address would be nicer. Partner, after all, ...

Ben: First off, as someone who is 38 and gay ftm at over 15 yrs this is very accurate emotionally. In early to mid 2000s as a teen I thankfully had great parents and sister and spouse at that time but that deep hatred, loathing, and disgusting looks is why I had to wait until 19 to even start the proc...

Jeanet Petersen: Impressive story. Got caught up in it right away. Keep up the good work. More chapters please

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Marnelli: I love the novel.It has a good storyline and great character development.

Nisha: So good! Love Seth and Sadie. Goodness, she put up with a lot before him! Great read

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viewcoco2007: Excellent read, just like the first book in this series. 👍I can't wait to read the 3rd book 😍

2jlynn: How can people do such horrible things... especially to the innocent? My heart hurts thinking of what is reality for some individuals. My life may not be "storybook", but comparatively speaking, there is nothing to complain about.

Deloris McCoy: I like these type of stories. This is a good one. I will be reading the rest of them. Keep writing.

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Sue: Loved this story very well written good plot thank you

Diane: I was really hoping that this book didn’t repeat the themes in the previous. It is the best one so far. Best thing I’ve read in a long time!

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