By Hugh Howey
Adam Griffey resides lives. by way of day, he teaches literature. At evening, he steals it. Adam is a plagiarist, a professional reader with an eye fixed for excellent works. He prowls simulated worlds perusing digital texts, trying to find the subsequent giant factor. And whilst he reveals it, he memorizes it web page by means of web page, line by way of line, be aware for observe. after which he brings it again to his world.
But what occurs while those digital worlds start to look extra genuine than his personal? What occurs whilst the folk inside them suggest extra to him than flesh and blood? What occurs whilst a residing factor falls in love with anyone who doesn't truly exist?
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A voice came from the darkness. It was one of the other Sly Girls, crouching beside the next air vent. She looked younger than Jai and Eden-with the same Plain Jane surge and hole-in-the-wall rejects they all wore. ” Aya laughed. With her mousy brown hair, the girl looked almost like an ugly. Her eyes were so lusterless and dull that Aya wondered if she’d surged them that way. ” The girl grinned. ” She certainly looked like she was having fun.
They’re like surge-monkeys, except they don’t care about beauty or weird body mods. ” Aya said. ” “This one has a conspiracy angle,” Ren said. “These crumblies have a theory that the doctors secretly know how to keep people living forever. They say the only reason anyone dies of old age is to keep the population steady. ” “That’s brain-kicking,” Aya murmured, a shiver traveling down her spine. It was so easy to believe in conspiracies, after the government had made everyone brain-missing for centuries.
It popped to life, listing her pings and assignments, and displaying her miserable face rank of 451,441. She was dying to look up Frizz Mizuno and Radical Honesty, but not until schoolwork was out of the way. As she scanned the list for any new assignments, her eyes froze on one… It was anonymous and spitting animations, like the fluttering hearts that littlies decorated their pings with. But these weren’t hearts, or exclamation points, or smilies. They were eyes-dull, unsurged, Plain Jane eyes-and they kept winking at her.
The Plagiarist by Hugh Howey