Nonsensical Fiction Pt. 1 [NOOK Book]

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Shortest version: Four friends who experience the matter around them disappear and become a dark matter-less black void, come into contact with a supremely powerful character who is going to be taking them in and out of realities by using dark matter-less voids as a medium to transport them from reality to reality, for his own entertainment, while the four friends are trying to find a way back to their home reality as they get throttled from one reality to another, by this ...
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Nonsensical Fiction Pt. 1

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Overview

Shortest version: Four friends who experience the matter around them disappear and become a dark matter-less black void, come into contact with a supremely powerful character who is going to be taking them in and out of realities by using dark matter-less voids as a medium to transport them from reality to reality, for his own entertainment, while the four friends are trying to find a way back to their home reality as they get throttled from one reality to another, by this supremely powerful character.
Extended Version: Jarmel has just met two women at a restaurant, who want to show him and his friend Pancake a good time. They end up in a golf cart, and while riding the golf cart, they encounter something unusual. Lightning bolts appear all around the golf cart, and engulf the golf cart so all that can be seen from outside the golf cart is a lightning storm. The lightening disperses, the golf cart changes into a boat, and all that is left outside of the boat, is a dark, void, that has no matter in it.
A supremely powerful character comes makes her voice heard. She comes with the message that she is there to help, and entertain himself, as well as reassures the group of four that they can find the reality which they call home. The matter around the group re-appears, making the void no longer existent. The matter that appears around them contains a beautiful serene lake, lush green plants, dinosaurs, adventures, a BBQ and a forty foot flying, talking, GoldFish.
After conversation, the GoldFish submits to Jason, and swims underneath the boat. The GoldFish positions himself in a way where the boat is resting on his back, and takes flight with intention to fly to heaven. The group reaches heaven, but encounters another void. This void becomes a reality where everything is a checkerboard. The supremely powerful character, named Gold, reappears, and has a basketball in his hand. Gold asks Jarmel if he can guess the number of dots on the basketball correctly, and tells Jarmel that if he guesses correctly, Gold will send them back to their home reality. Jarmel guesses incorrectly, and is sent off to a reality according to the number he stated.
The four friends enter this new reality according to the number Jarmel chose, and after Gold has gotten enough entertainment, Gold makes the four of them encounter another void, where they go through a different process to enter another reality. The process where they enter a void, encounter Gold, and enter a new reality oc curs an undisclosed amount of times, with each time Gold giving the group a higher chance of going to their home reality, but keeping the main theme to be his own entertainment.
A few examples of realities the friends encounter are riding through hell on a flying pancake, being chased down Pacific Coast Highway by ninjas on flying carpets who are trying to extinguish the group from existence, camping on the beach for two days, a road trip where comedy and adventure await, a house made entirely of gold.
Repeated themes:
Comedy
Entertainment
Science-Fiction
Action
Drinking of Alcohol
Sex
Reality altering
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015793789
  • Publisher: Smuggles McTurnt
  • Publication date: 11/3/2012
  • Series: Nonsensical Fiction , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 620 KB

Meet the Author

Currently nineteen, born December 8, 1992. Went to Taft High School, currently attending Cal State University Northridge in his second year. One day over the summer of 2012 I decided to write a book while walking home, and in about a month I had completed my first novel.
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