Man Without a History
A mutant flu epidemic wiped David’s memories away at fifteen and he knows himself only through journals written at speed in the quarantine clinic. He’s turned the side effects of the disease into a career in perceptual engineering and is raising a happy family, but aches to remember the idyllic childhood he reads about in his journals. When a new treatment to restore memory is developed, he leaps at the opportunity.
He doesn’t know his journals are fiction, written by the psychopathic killer he once was.
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