The heart transplant was a questionable success. The patient survived – and so did the heart, but there were complications. When Adam Snork awoke he knew he had a new heart. He felt blessed and so happy to be alive – until his new heart started to complain. It soon became evident that the heart missed its’ former physiology and the man who used to be the heart’s host. Adam would not be killed because the heart wanted to live, but Adam would suffer. Everyday became an excruciating experience. The new heart was simply not satisfied with Adam.