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Reticulian-JA18 is one of the thousands of human-alien hybrids created to destroy humanity, but she has one serious flaw: curiosity. Forming a friendship with a mischievous A.I. and an abducted human rebel, "Jan-Eight" must choose between running away or fighting against her own kind.

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