by Jennifer Pelland
Celia's body is not her own, but even her conscious mind can barely tell the difference between her physical self and the near-perfect biomechanical copy.
But a bioandroid isn't a real person. Not according to the protesters, her coworkers, or even her wife. As her view of herself evolves, love, passion, reality, and memory war within Celia's body until she must choose between human and machine.