Eric likes his job. Why not? He’s very good at it.
Get in. Don’t be seen. Dispatch the target. Exit. No collateral damage or stray casualties.
Sure, he’s killing people; but they’re bad people. Someone has to stop them and protect the rest of society. And with his amplified abilities, his agency has a track record of always taking out the right targets – and no one else.
Until the night he follows his tactical Heads-Up into a room…and discovers his target is a seven-year-old boy.
As his faith in the system crumbles, his protests to his handler yield no answers. This is the correct target…well, somebody’s target.
Eric aborts the mission – and finds everyone he used to work with shooting at him.
He was always one of the “good guys”. What’s going on? He’s determined to keep protecting the innocent…but can he?
And will he live long enough to try?