28 May 2021 - 6:00 pm

Writing Spark #57

An accident results in a terrible head injury. You are told that you may not be able to recognise faces any more, that the part of your brain responsible for connecting faces to names has been damaged beyond repair. 

As you recover, you find the doctor’s warnings come true: you don’t recognise anyone around you. Not at home, not at your occupation, not even your neighbours. You know their voices, but the faces are wrong. Can you trust the doctor’s explanation?

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