Lifeliked by Amit S Ghattaure


Format: Paperback

Genre: Fiction

Release Date: 27 June 2023




Composed as a selection of powerful short stories, Lifeliked captures the dismal and isolating effects of the digital universe on society and the individual. Set in various innovatory societies entwined with realistic circumstances and characters, readers witness perilous situations, discoveries and decisions linked to our current flawed humanity.

With a raw, austere atmosphere, these short stories make us question our own involvement in modern society while attempting to instruct effective solutions to prevent us from falling deeper into the grasps of negative social networking.

Like the characters, are we truly aware of our own damaging impact? Or are we simply choosing to ignore and submit to our involvement?


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