The virus had destroyed an oval of tissue close to his cranium

Eventually, Eugene was well enough for a battery of tests. The doctors were amazed to find that his body- including his nervous system- appeared largely unscathed. He could move his limbs and was responsive to noise and light. Scans of his head, though, revealed ominous shadows near the center of his brain. The virus had destroyed an oval of tissue close to where his cranium and spinal column met. “He might not be the person you remember,” one doctor warned Beverly. “You need to be ready if your husband is gone.”

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