Some things should stay broken.
Derek owns the auto shop that his father started. but in this modern age, his job feels stale. Self-driving cars don’t need many repairs. The computer handles most of the work once done with real tools, leaving him bored beyond belief.
He can fake happiness with a smile on his face, but the emoji on his arm doesn’t lie.
Every day, the government-implanted chip in his arm frowns at him and becomes a deeper shade of blue. His friends and family worry about him, knowing the dangers if he doesn’t tune-up his attitude soon. Derek’s mental state can’t slip down any further. Otherwise, someone might come to fix him.
From the author of Oxygen comes a terrifying look at an alternate reality not so far off in our possible future.
WARNING: Does contain explicit language.
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