Dr. Derrick Lawson is one of the most brilliant scientists of all time and he has devoted his life to solving the greatest weakness of the human condition: aging. Together with his partner, Dr. Jason Barlow, he has founded The Body Perfect, a companyMoreDr. Derrick Lawson is one of the most brilliant scientists of all time and he has devoted his life to solving the greatest weakness of the human condition: aging.
Together with his partner, Dr. Jason Barlow, he has founded The Body Perfect, a company that uses Lawsons unique cellular restoration process to give anyone a new, literally perfect body. The journey to this stage hasnt been easy, requiring countless trials and errors to achieve earth-shattering scientific breakthroughs while having to overcome numerous hurdles.
Then there was Sandra Echols, CEO of the company whose bio-optical computer chips made the whole concept of human restoration possible and self-righteous crusader for all things moral and ethical. Run-ins with her over the years cost Derrick time, money, and irritating blights on his resume resulting in the ultimate insult: that human restoration could not involve the central nervous system.Travis Brandon is head of computer design research at Echols Industries and the man responsible for developing the bio-optical chip.
As a member of Sandra Echols inner circle, he knows how deeply opposed she is to the idea of human restoration but he is still curious about it. Travis secretly sets up an appointment to have a restoration done and Derrick Lawson himself oversees the restoration, much to the surprise of his staff. Everything goes well and Travis feels fine after waking from the procedure, until he learns that Sandra was murdered during the time he was away.
When he assists the police in finding out who murdered Sandra, Travis suddenly becomes the main suspect even though he was undergoing a restoration at the time. The situation plunges Travis into a world where he isnt sure who he can trust. Fortunately a small cadre of true friends comes to his aid and the resulting brain trust attempts to solve the mystery.
But can they solve it in time to catch the real killer? The question hinges on who the real killer actually is.