In the void of endless darkness, the sounds of fluorescent light beckoned to Eden. She stirred. The feeling of an intensely deep thirst prevented her from returning to the vast world of sleep. Eden was forced to open her eyes and gaze upon the realm of the unfamiliar. Eden was not in her bedroom, or even her house for that matter. This thought maintained its home in Eden’s mind for an inordinate amount of time before it was displaced by other, more horrifying knowledge.
Red and green wires sprouted from Eden’s hair and shot through the darkness. Blinking computer screens gladly ate the array of wires and cords. They stood opposite to Eden and cast untranslatable beams of light across the room. Strange shadows of stranger machines danced and played among the penumbras. A gear shimmered in a gleam of light, or perhaps it was a saw blade. Diagrams were pasted along the walls, depicting bizarre and more frightening beasts.
The first one that Eden noticed was that of a Labrador