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Five Lights Out

by Heba Al Feel

Book Type: Fiction English Novel

Date Published:

2020/06/03

Chapters & Pages:

25 chapters & 143 pages

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After losing her parents at a young age, Brooklyn who’s a writer wasting one ink bottle after the other on “Dustfinger”, faces a gamut of jump-scares. Mr.Faudet, the guy who took care of her, notices the cloaked melancholy in her heart and decides to help. Searching for the place where oceans collide and the sky bleeds red, but it’s growing dark as he’s trying to mend a broken heart. Five flickering bulbs, an echoing tick-tock, a life on the edge of a knife… He plays a callow move on the chess table.
Noah, Brooklyn’s friend, tries to help her maintain her sanity instead of indulging in the madness of the spinning world. But amidst a sea of bad blood and an unceasing carousel of despondencies, grudges, gunshots, and madmen, who will be the last to give in to the vehement lunacy that was camouflaged with bittersweet words?

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After losing her parents at a young age, Brooklyn who’s a writer wasting one ink bottle after the other on “Dustfinger”, faces a gamut of jump-scares. Mr.Faudet, the guy who took care of her, notices the cloaked melancholy in her heart and decides to help. Searching for the place where oceans collide and the sky bleeds red, but it’s growing dark as he’s trying to mend a broken heart. Five flickering bulbs, an echoing tick-tock, a life on the edge of a knife… He plays a callow move on the chess table.
Noah, Brooklyn’s friend, tries to help her maintain her sanity instead of indulging in the madness of the spinning world. But amidst a sea of bad blood and an unceasing carousel of despondencies, grudges, gunshots, and madmen, who will be the last to give in to the vehement lunacy that was camouflaged with bittersweet words?
Welcome to my world. Grab a seat. Be careful not to slip into the dark abyss of meaning lost and never found. You look pretty today. I see you’ve dolled yourself up in paint for skin and mended wax for a smile. Try to keep quiet as the truth is being revealed and when the plastic glued to your face is being peeled off. We don’t want your screams to bother the brooding aristocrats smoking on dreams and puffing out poems. Let them think that we are still unaware of the truth… I do beg your pardon about the foggy weather today. It’s just the pollution caused by dusty words unsaid and buried under swirls of meaningless abstract. You can stick around for as long as you want, trying to consume the metaphorical disaster I’ve cooked up. You’re free to appreciate the taste of utter confusion topped with the plethora of complicated words and an amalgamation of adjectives.

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