Born in the heart of a star, a cure for his daughter—and the Resurrectionist’s own salvation—spiderwebbed through the decaying corpse.
Promising steps have been made using gold nanoparticles as agents in cancer therapy. When I read that researchers at Northwestern University recently developed a technique pairing gold nanoparticles with DNA to fabricate materials that can bend light, I wondered at the future demand of this element. Could gold be so scarce that bodies of past cancer patients will be sought for the promise of life threading through their cells? And perhaps, for the lucky grave-robber, there might just be enough left over to fabricate an invisibility cloak to vanish into the night.
//In a last-ditch attempt at surviving a gold-driven future, Bijou Lin is out canvassing the five-mile radius of a rainbow’s end.//