Neurologist Doctor Barton is held captive by scientists, helping them to alter their DNA. But after a decade of experiments, he figures out that they are not going to let him go as promised. They are going to kill him. More
He was taken from his family and ordered to do tests, the kind of tests that mutate genes and alter DNA. They wiped his memories, and used him for experiments. If he helps them, he'll get the cure for himself and be released. But helping them means killing people. But what choice was there?
He is neurologist Doctor Barton. His captors are doctors in their own right, trying to advance themselves for survival. Barton is a slave in true fashion. He's holding out for the cure, for the dream of being released. For the chance to go back to his family-the one memory they somehow failed to erase.
But they never had plans on releasing Barton. They used him, lied to him, strung him along for years. Until one day he discovered the truth: they are going to kill him. Within their ranks, the sinister project leader, Whitmere, is losing his sway over the Council. He's not getting fast enough results and the Council wants him removed. If Whitmere can't make groundbreaking progress, Project Human is going to someone else. Whitmere is rife with bitterness, and he'd just as soon do away with the Council altogether. He needs Barton. He is the key to their survival. But Barton is through with their lies. He goes rogue. Trapped, he is forced into hiding, all the while trying to create a cure for himself.
In a race against time, in a hostile environment, and with not a damn thing left to lose, Doctor Barton stops blaming God, and becomes one. And as he does the impossible and creates a cure, saving himself and the husband, time has run out. The aliens know of his plan. And now they've found him.
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