I must be in hell.
The touch of the cold, steel blade on my skin, slicing passage into my belly is more than enough to make me scream, cry, and run for the hills. But I can’t because I’m a living corpse, awake and unable to move.
The doctor says, “cut deeper,” and I feel my insides scrambling. This can’t be happening.
I’m supposed to be unconscious.
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