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Dr. Brinks has to either find someone to pay for the treatment of his unidentified shotgun victim, or just let him die.
Meanwhile, the patient's life is flashing before his eyes in his comatose dreams, and maybe Brinks pulling the plug would be doing the world a favor. More
A Kiwi writer's effort at writing the Great American Novel of our age.
The American Dream has soured. The economy no longer serves the people, but vice versa. This story allegorises what has become of what was once the American Way of Life.