An operative of the CIA finds himself in a precarious position as he tries to complete his objective. When things don't go quite as planned, the entire mission is at risk. The secret to the completion may lie in a new technology that has never been tried on humans before. As a last resort, the agents in charge don't see any other way. A prisoner who has nothing left to lose is their only hope. As the experiment commences, all of the memories, experiences, and expertise of the CIA operative are transferred to the prisoner. At first, it appears to have been a complete failure, only as time progresses... Something begins to happen. Will it be enough? You'll have to check this out for yourself and find out. As a story that seems as if it will play out along the lines of Transcendence and Self/Less, it didn't seem to have much to stand on by itself. That is until the story carries forth. There is something about this story that helps it flow even though the idea has been over done. If you're a fan of the others, you'll definitely enjoy this. If not, you can decide for yourself.