Existential Drivel

A man and his robot; a man and his thoughts. In Existential Drivel, Brian Zelden takes us into the mind of a scientist gone mad as he attempt to rectify the sins of his past. A doctor who will break not only his Hippocratic oath, but ignore all logic and reasoning to do otherwise. If you’re a fan of Camus, Sartre, or human suffering in general, this is a short story you won’t want to miss.

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