The Phlebologist: The Complete Story

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Short Stories | Fish-eye Perspective

Author’s note: After sharing a short part of this story yesterday, I realised it wasn’t right to share a 2000 words story in six parts. Hence, I am sharing it all at one go. Here is my first Science Fiction. Let me know your thoughts through the Comments section.

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This assignment was a bad idea. The signs were evident right from the beginning—not sure how I missed them all. Maybe, the gold in sight had blinded me with its glare. Now I could do nothing but freak out inside this dark place, waiting for someone to return for me.

I wish I had missed that call from Mikhael, my employer, six days back. He had called me back from my vacation for the fourth time in a row. If I could spit venom, I would have killed his hologram that grew from my watch.

“You better make it…

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6 thoughts on “The Phlebologist: The Complete Story

  1. It’s a captivating read.

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  2. It was very popular on my blog, especially the ending! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete. xx

    Liked by 1 person

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