Genre Swap: Lost Girl as Dystopian Science Fiction
Fitzpatrick “Trick” McCorrigan vanished from the public eye after perfecting the Functional Analogue Interface (F.A.I.), successfully and seamlessly integrating humanity and technology.
After his disappearance, F.A.I. users split into two rival factions led by figures known only as the Ash and the Morrigan.
Forcibly implanted with an unstable and advanced version of the F.A.I., Bo Dennis chooses not to attach herself to either of the two factions controlling the city. Instead she remains unaligned, a dangerous place for someone with so few allies.
Saved by Bo, Kenzi is a thief and a con artist with a heart of gold. With surprising wisdom (and unsurprising underground contacts) she is the best friend an unaligned F.A.I. user could have.
Doctor Lauren Lewis is one of the only people brilliant enough to tinker with Bo’s temperamental F.A.I. Being indebted to the Ash has made her a capable political mover, and she will do everything in her power to protect Bo from her own folly.
Cop by day, vigilante by night, Dyson Thornwood has been implanted with the F.A.I. from birth. As “The Wolf” he seeks to serve the interests of his friend and mentor, Trick, while protecting Bo from dangers of her own devising.
William Haley “Hale” Santiago has no problem playing second fiddle to his partner and friend Dyson. He knows that “The Siren” and “The Wolf” do good work and there’s plenty of crime (and women) to go around.