By K.Z. Freeman
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Published: Dec. 12, 2012
Words: 4,252 (approximate)
An assassin whose every fibre has been augmented for the sole purpose of murder may finally have found something he cannot kill...
Saul Gramatix knew it would come to this. He had foreseen it. The reason he knew wasn’t rooted in divination or prescience on his part. The reason was actually quite simple. He had seen a small fragment of the artefact fly off in the blast when he attempted to destroy it. He had picked up its wild trail on his retinal display. At the time, however, he thought it too small to attempt and find. He had presumed it would not be picked up on any scanner. He should have known better. He should have damn well known better.
But when he goes back to retrieve what he was sent to destroy, the true intentions of his contractor are revealed.
[A story with events proceeding those of "Mindforger"]
, nano technology
, kz freeman
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