Raider Publishing International presents The Asylum Dweller's Diary by Sudipta Das More
Essentially, this is a work of fiction. However, it was inspired by heavenly realisations. A few of the super-natural phenomena that have been incorporated in this work were actually experienced in life. The Asylum Dweller appears almost out of nowhere, and, after spending two decades at the asylum, disappears mysteriously. All along, he maintains that he is from another planet millions of light-years away from the Earth. He leaves behind his diary to his doctor, the narrator. His vivid diary describes the lives of the alien race that lived on his, purportedly, native planet. In the diary, he describes how he grew up with a certain identity and found that their race was divided by their diverse identities. Interesting events took place; he met this pretty girl from his neighbouring country; the two became friends. Sometime later, war broke out between the two countries and she was deported. Eventually, the protagonist rose in his career. In the meantime, the war escalated and he had to go to the battlefield to fight against her country. He did well in the battle but was captured. In captivity, he reunited with her and received the vision of wisdom from his Deity. The two decided to marry and eloped. After a dramatic climax he was sent to Earth by his Deity. Thus ends the diary. The diary leaves the narrator, the Asylum Dweller's doctor, confused about the Asylum Dweller's true identity. Was he indeed an alien or just insane?