Beware… After reading these yarns, your world will never be the same. Do you know that a hair ribbon can transport you to another world where it can transform into an invincible killing machine? That you may have been born on the wrong side of the mirror? That the value of a plate of a dozen pickled natives for some is the only way to feed their families? Do you ever wonder why, of all things, does the Almighty govern our Universe the way he does, and is it really so bad? The answers to these questions can be found in the first part of Namhar Brahman’s fantasy science-fiction anthology “In Alien Eyes”. Fans of HP Lovecraft, Haruki Murakami, O. Henry, Neil Gaiman, Ken Liu, Carmen Maria Machado, Cliff Burns or even Franz Kafka will greatly enjoy the “In Alien Eyes series.
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Namhar Brahman currently lives in Kiev, Ukraine.After graduating in 1997 from a medical institute, he served as an anaesthesiologist for the next six years. For the last thirteen years, Namhar has been involved in clinical research. His first foray into writing was the short story “Mariner”, which he had written in July 2010 after his experience of feeding his young daughter for several years (the idea had quite a lot of time to mature as he raised his daughter). His second tale, “Time Infection”, was inspired by his purchase of a new watch. All told, he has written more than thirty stories and tales in Ukrainian and Russian along with several poems. He is working on his new full-length novel, Concerto for Asp and the Creali Orchestra, based on his short story “Dance of the Crimson Asp.”