Hybrid vampires Daniel and Diana feel technology’s cold, uncountable tendrils hunting them. Daniel scientifically satisfies his needs. Diana, his twin sister, hunts in the old-school way, leaving patches of greasy, scorched earth or mutilated bodies for her brother to take care of.
Daniel created Matrix, a face pack for beauty shops, which pulls blood through skin, leaves blissful clients, kills and alerts no one. He prefers milking to butchering. Daniel cultivates his human side; Diana mocks him. Impatient, she hunts out of spite as much as need.
Daniel finally understands that his twin sister will get him killed, and his life’s hardest decision is at hand: To milk? Or to butcher?