A teenage girl walks down a lonely, quiet street on her way home from school. She lives in house number 16. Her hair is long, thick, and dark. Her face is a rich tan color, with dark brown eyes. It's not far from her bus stop to her house, but by the time she's half-way there, the bus has turned the corner and the street is silent except for the chirping bird.
Her name is Eva. Eva Hollenbeck. Daughter of Marc and Eliza Hollenbeck. Marc Hollenbeck is a scientist who works for the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Eliza is a biologist. She works mostly with Rutgers University in New Brunswick. They're daughter has been exposed to much of their knowledge in these fields. She became quite a brilliant young mind. She wasn't quite a genius, but her parents both taught her things about their jobs in the hopes she would pursue the same occupation. So, when it came to certain technologies and biological functions such as the circulatory and nervous systems, she was rather adept.
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