By Sebastian Fitzek
Marc Lucas had all of it, and misplaced all of it. he's basically slowly placing his existence again jointly after the automobile crash that killed his pregnant spouse, while issues begin to pass unusually flawed for him. not anything too sinister first of all: his charge cards cease operating. yet then his key not matches his door, and he discovers another individual operating in his place of work. a lot worse is to return: he comes domestic to discover himself head to head together with his once-dead spouse, and she or he does not have a clue who he's. the next day to come, there's no hint of her. may this have something to do with the health facility? They desired to try their skill to take away nerve-racking thoughts from reside topics. Marc had met them, only once, yet declined their experimental know-how. He now fears they could have all started their assessments illicitly...Can he notice simply what's taking place to him sooner than the waking nightmare he unearths himself residing overwhelms his sanity?
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Her cheeks reddened and the sheet of paper in her hands developed a nervous tremor. ’ 8 This is impossible, Marc told himself. Quite impossible. He couldn’t have dialled 112. Not at that stage. True, it was his mobile number on the A & E report to which the clinic had gained access, God alone knew how. But it couldn’t have been him. He’d lost consciousness at once after hitting his head on the door frame and steering wheel in quick succession. At once, not a quarter of an hour after the crash. There was a knock at the door.
Precisely. We erase negative thoughts from our patients’ consciousness. ’ That sounds alarming, thought Marc. Having guessed that the experiment would amount to something of the kind, he’d felt annoyed by his tipsy response soon after sending off the email. He would never have replied to the Bleibtreu Clinic’s dubious advertisement had he been sober, but that night he’d made a disastrous mistake and inadvertently told a cabby to take him to his old address. He had suddenly found himself back outside the little house that still looked as if the door would burst open at any moment and a barefoot, laughing Sandra come running out to meet him.
So saying, Marc turned and – to the horror of the spectators – strode uphill towards the shallow end. ’ he heard someone shout. Another furious comment was drowned by a collective outcry. Marc was just hauling himself up the aluminium ladder when he heard the impact on the tiles. He didn’t turn to look until he’d climbed out of the basin. Julia’s mobile phone lay smashed on the spot where he’d just been standing. ’ she shouted down at him. ’ He nodded to her. She jabbed her middle finger at him.
Splinter. Sebastian Fitzek by Sebastian Fitzek