A few more weeks passed, and Marcus was finally ready to be discharged. He signed a large number of non-disclosure agreements and scheduled regular appointments to come back for physical therapy and counseling. There was also one morbid task he needed to attend to. Sitting in the hospital’s morgue, perfectly preserved with chemicals, was his former body. He needed to identify it for the coroner. Seeing his lifeless body there was nothing short of horrifying. He knew he was someone different now; he knew he had a new body, but it still felt like he was gone. In a way, he supposed he was.