How to Rebuild a Broken Brain

Jordan Riley’s memory of the day he died is surprisingly good.
He can remember the test he was supposed to be studying for instead of playing flag football; running across the middle of the field and leaping for a pass, feeling someone plow into his knees, and seeing the sky above his feet; the sound the back of his head made as it smashed into the ground; trying — and failing — to snap the fingers of his left hand as he walked off the field; dragging his left leg through the grass as his vision began to dim.
And finally….

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