Broken: Morphosis: Book 3 of the Broken Saga

Broken: Morphosis: Book 3 of the Broken Saga

by Steve Croy
Broken: Morphosis: Book 3 of the Broken Saga

Broken: Morphosis: Book 3 of the Broken Saga

by Steve Croy

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Overview

Morphosis noun: 1: the mode of development of an organism or one of its parts
2: a nonadaptive structural modification –Merriam-Webster Dictionary


"How about I sleep a little longer and forget all this nonsense" –Franz Kafka, Metamorphosis

David Castillo was human before he was broken. A part of him still is but a silicon-based lifeform shares
his body. As long as he lives so does his symbiont, SARACEN. The numerous changes made to
his basic physiology force him to accept he is not the same man he once was. Despite the changes,
he still has the same unrelenting enemies.


Director Karl Jantzen, head of regional covert operations
for The Company has earmarked him for death. Jantzen is an ambitious man who knows
no boundary when it comes to eliminating threats to his position. David, alive, can testify
to his failures, therefore he must be terminated. Dr. Gerald Frankel refuses to relinquish the hope of
using him as the centerpiece of his extensive research on AI/Human interfaces. David is living proof
of his genius and the validation of his work. Ergo, he must be captured--returned under his control for
further research. Even dead, the chipsets implanted in his body could prove invaluable to his project.


David and SARACEN will never be free of pursuit as long as they live. He bitterly acknowledges,
in a sense, David Castillo is already dead; officially, he no longer exists. David Saracen, a synthesis of two
separate entities, one carbon-based lifeform, the other silicon-based, is no longer broken. His tormentors
have yet to realize the full extent of what he has become. But they soon will!


Cry 'Havoc,' and let slip the dogs of war;
That this foul deed shall smell above the earth
With carrion men, groaning for burial.
– William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186617280
Publisher: Steve Croy
Publication date: 03/08/2023
Series: Broken , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 865 KB

About the Author

I was born in rural Southeast Missouri in the middle of the last century. Turning eighteen, Uncle Sam
provided a job for me. The GI Bill turned out to be my ticket to a college degree, allowing me to make a
career out of programming computers. Writing computer programs--a career full of
technical challenges focused on technology, was a good career. Now I am retired, and I write books
instead of programs.


My wife and I lived in Palm Beach County for twenty years, where a walk on the beach could turn
up sea shells, shark teeth, bits of coral and odd bits of flotsam. Now we live in Tennessee, where
we enjoy the changing seasons!

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