By Harper Kingsley
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Published: June 14, 2011
Words: 16,991 (approximate)
Before he used his psychic gifts to work with the police. Before he became Julian Duncan... He was Julian DeVries, a scared boy held at a secret facility known only as The Center. Abused and experimented on, his only desire was freedom and escape from a terrible future only he could see.
Orphaned violently at 12 years old, Julian has lived at the Center as favored test subject and future breeding stock. He has tried to escape several times, but has always been brought back to the scientists that torment him. There is nowhere else that he can go and no other life that he can live...
Then he receives a horrific vision of his future and he has no choice but to try once again for his dream of freedom.
Before Julian appeared in "Visions of Blood & Shadow," before he worked with the police, before he was Julian Duncan... He was Julian DeVries, a boy with a dream.
, science fiction
, psychic abilities
, human experimentation
, asexual character
, julian duncan
, unethical science
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