Defragmenting Daniel, The Organ Scrubber by Jason Werbeloff

Defragmenting Daniel: The Organ Scrubber: A Sci-Fi Thriller (The Defragmenting Daniel Trilogy Book 1) - Jason Werbeloff

Defragmenting Daniel, The Organ Scrubber by Jason Werbeloff is a mesmerizing, yet somewhat creepy book. I gave it five stars.


"After six years working in the Organ Farm, Daniel still didn’t know why it was green – the Rejek they pumped through the organs. They’d said something in class about photosynthesis. All Daniel knew for sure was that after you ran Rejek through an organ, it was good for transplant.


"Even those who work with harvesting organs have had many of their own taken away. "The knee was cybernetic, and you’d think it wouldn’t mind the cold. But ever since they’d harvested it when Daniel was nine, winters had been difficult. It was summer now, but the cold air in Administration wasn’t helping."


Daniel changed after they removed a segment of his brain.


"He counted the full 49 seconds this time. Didn't feel the icy jets on his back. Daniel stood resolute against the arti spray. Even as the tears streaked down his cheeks, his mind tucked into itself. Numbed within a crease of a fold of a distant dream."


I received a complimentary copy from the author. That did not change my opinion for this review.


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