Playing With Death
"Playing with Death" is a fictional novel which is written in a method of “stream of consciousness”.
But according to the author, this book was written in a “Recursive Way” which was invented by the author himself and has not been published in such a general style before.
In this novel, time is constantly flying between the past and the present. The perspective of this story is from a first-person viewpoint, which is moving from one to another. The novel is about the events happening to an anesthetist during a coma. He returns to his normal life. But he finds that people he met during anesthesia are real. They had some common experiences in an “Asynchrony”. The curiosity of the physician causes some excitement that makes him scared. The main character has changed during the story and after that, the story continues in another atmosphere that is pictured pending a coma. This section asks about philosophical issues that deeply affect the reader’s mind and takes him with it. The sections are short and they are not totally related to each other at first glance. But after a while, the reader realizes the deep relationship and the mainstream of the story.
Part of the book:
I wake up to the sound of dripping water and being cold. I feel something cold against my wrist. I open my eyes. It's dark everywhere. I move my hand, and notice that it is chained to the bed. I try to get up, but the same horrible pain prickles at my neck. I look around. I'm not in the hotel room anymore. I'm somewhere similar to a jail, damp and cold. A dim lamp is hanging from the ceiling, its light flickering from time to time.The walls are concrete and dirty. Water is dripping from the ceiling, making a trail on the ground.I hear the rats squeaking and running around.
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