‘On, Immortals’ By Christopher Shipman

Imagine for a moment if you inherited not only physical traits from the many ancestors who contributed to your DNA but also their memories, even their skills!
This is precisely what Noah Batson, an ordinary, uninspired office worker discovers about himself after he is seriously injured in a bizarre traffic accident.
While Noah is driving along a desolate road late one night, he loses control and crashes his car after he comes face to face with the “ghost” of his long dead grandfather, Edward Batson, a man he never met, who instructs Noah to tell Miranda, Noah’s grandmother, that Noah “sees” him. While Noah is recovering in the hospital, Miranda Batson presents Noah with a mysterious key that she is convinced Edward Batson intended for him.
Soon after returning home, Noah suffers terrifying blackouts, waking only to find that he may have performed incredible, and sometimes terrible, feats using diverse skills and talents he never before possessed. Noah is certain that his salvation lies with the key, and whatever it unlocks.

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