The California Herald
By Melody S.
Interview with Jenna Angeline Fox
Jenna: Oh, no. Gosh, I thought I was just any other person who had had brain surgery or something.
PT: How did you feel when you first found out?
Jenna: I was mad. Like mad, mad. I felt like all of the sudden, I went from a regular teenager to an uploaded, artificial, lab pet. I didn't feel like a human anymore. I was like, all, freakish. You know what I mean.
PT: What did you miss most about your old life?
Jenna: Mostly Kara and Locke, but Kayla has helped me get over that.
PT: What happened to Kara and Locke? Did they have brain scans like you?
Jenna: Oh, yeah. They had scans, but my parents didn't rebuild their bodies, so they were kept in a limbo. I freed them from that by destroying the environment.
PT: What do you think was your parents biggest mistake? Do you think they made one?
Jenna: I think that their biggest mistake was not telling me. I mean, if you do something to someone, you've got to tell them.