Minus Human: Chapter Three
By now, Leon had finished putting everything he had in the right places, the room looking a little less empty. A few pictures where hung on the wall, his desk prepared with everything he needs. Even his bed was made He finally sat down on the bed, inhaling deeply as his phone began to ring. He looked to see who it was. It was his mom, and with some hesitation, he answered.
"Hey sweetie, how are doing?" Sharon asked, her eyes on the road, as she made her way home. Her voice was gentle and she sounded exhausted, probably from work.
"I'm okay; I just finished unpacking. I'm going to bed now. I start class tomorrow."
"Oh, okay…" Sharon replied, adjusting her earpiece at a stoplight, a saddened expression coming over her face. She knew this conversation wasn't going to last very long. Nowadays she couldn't get him to hold a conversation lasting longer than a few minutes. Sure, it was strange that she allowed Leon to move out at such a young age, but after what happened almost a mon
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She remembered how she came to be; she knew clearly what she was. She was merely a creation, made in the image of humankind by the hand of a man. She remembered the day she woke up.
She remembered her original purpose, what she was built to do: a prototype for black operations within the military's special warfare command sector. When she was sent on her first mission, she wasn't anything special to any of her squad-mates. She was only programmed to learn, and she was treated like any other soldier. She learned to shoot, to kill; she learned to make tactical decisions.
The android showed promise as she moved up the ranks; she went from a follower to a leader. In due time, they began to allow her to run missions, and they began to test her limits. They dropped her deep behind enemy lines on missions deemed suicide by all others only to find her walking out of hell days later, her mission complete. She was the perfect soldier, she was surpassing all expectations command expected fr