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By Lyda Morehouse

Amariah McMannus is not your general, daily, trouble-making youngster. Her mother's a legend within the cybernetic and law-enforcement groups. Her father is the Archangel Michael. The Antichrist is ready to get married to Satan-and Amariah herself simply could be the subsequent messiah...

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Hello? Mouse," he put his hand on his chest. "Oh, yeah," I said, acting like I should have known that. But I still didn't get why the prison system would let someone like Mouse continue to have access to a system he'd created. Maybe they couldn't cut him off. But that didn't make any sense. The nexus was all just wires in our heads, all of which should be friable. "Forget it. It's probably a stupid game, anyway," he said, picking up the discarded board again. We watched the light flash along the soldered points like diamonds.

She'll arrest you," he said, teasing. I liked that Mouse didn't censor himself in front of me, like so many other adults did. " He lifted a finger. "Ah, not true. " A hundred years ago, Mouse had made a bid for America's highest office by inventing the LINK-angels to prop up his made-up persona. Mom, apparently, was instrumental in his downfall. I frowned at him. " Mouse contemplated the end of the soldering iron and turned it around in his fingers. Even despite the darkness of the room, I thought I saw the hollows below his cheekbones flush.

This was actually a fairly pleasant greeting from a wirehead, so I returned the favor. " We met in a completely empty space. The first time I'd ever contacted a wire junkie I made the mistake of thinking it would be polite to script some kind of a scene. I'd put us on a street corner. The wirehead had spent the whole time completely distracted by various textures and sights, like my little backdrop was its own kind of game. Dar and I just met in white space. I included one line to represent the horizon.

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