It’s rush hour on a cold Autumn morning when Jon Hesker takes the bullet that kills him; a punishment for seeing what he shouldn’t have, for asking questions about a small pill whose innards shift and curl like black smoke.
And then he wakes up, with a circle of smooth new skin over the entry wound in his chest and a hungry black space in his mind. Cut adrift from the old rhythms of the world, emancipated from fear, from doubt, Hesker’s a new man. But at what cost?
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