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Bryan Costales

Publisher: Fool Church Media

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Imagine Frankenstein's monster but created by an alien machine where each piece of his flesh acted as a DNA key. Imagine a man who died in 1986 and was resurrected 300 years later into just such a patchwork body. This is the story of Puppet, the only man who could die in a world of immortality. Follow Puppet's adventure as he races against time to save the life of an immortal woman, before this strange world kills him. A world where death was forbidden and rules were made up by a select few. This is a story about mortality, art, love, unusual relationships, and a place where people can choose to reincarnate into augmented bodies or bizarre creatures.

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