“I never understood why humans had this compulsion to touch each other.” Hank isn’t paid enough to have these kinds of conversations. “But . . .” Connor looks at his hands, flexing his fingers. “I think I understand now. It does make you seem more real.”
“You didn’t think humans were real?”
“I’m not explaining this right.” It almost sounds like he’s pouting. “Humans created me. So humans have always been an abstract variable. Touching seems to expand my understanding of humans.”
“For the love of . . . Do not go around touching people.”
“Of course not. I do not wish to be shot.”
A story exploring Connor’s struggles in navigating through the world of humans.
- Part 1 of Detroit
*Please read ‘Long Road Home’ before this. Otherwise you will not know what is going on*
Markus choose the path for peace.
Justice choose the path for war.
Connor is free now. But he never knew that freedom would come with a price. He is starting to understand his own feelings. Finding that there are some things more frightening than falling back into Dr. Goodie’s hands.
As his feelings grow for those around him, so does his fear of losing them.
- Part 2 of Detroit
Part 3 of the series. Please, if you haven’t already, read the other two first before this one.
Connor knew his freedom would expose him to many different emotions. He never thought guilt would be one.
Hank has seen that look before. He saw it everyday in the mirror after his son died. He never expected to see it on Connor.
York just wants life to get back to normal. But as the tensions between humans and androids escalate, it’s looking less likely.
Valen will drag humans and androids to a better future. First, he will give them a common enemy.
Karma has a plan. Detroit better be ready.
- Part 3 of Detroit