In the vein of Westworld The Fifth Floor
From The Origin of Consciousness in The Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind.
THE FIFTH FLOOR
Before there was just me now, there was a bunch of other stuff that I don't remember. People keep telling me I should remember, but maybe if you can't remember there is a reason.
Thus begins Lara’s story as she escapes from a mental Institution. Who is she? What reality should she believe?
In a crowded marketplace in Haifa, Lukas’s body is wrapped in a bomb, his hand on the detonator. But then, the young man has an awareness of all the lives of those around him, the possibilities, their hopes, their dreams and Lukas doesn’t detonate the bomb. Whisked away to a black site, the interrogators brutally try to find out why. Only to discover he has identical DNA with a patient in a mental Institution in the United States:Lara.
But this is impossible.
A psychological thriller traveling into the intimate and infinite realm of time and parallel worlds.
Is Lara’s reality the one where she’s holding a bloody knife and her family has been slaughtered? Is it the one where she’s in the mental institution against her will, being experimented upon? Is it the one where’s she working as a gardener for a woman who has secrets of her own?
There’s an even more frightening possibility with even more potential.
That all of them are true.
The powers-that-be think they can dig for the answer. By sending her to the Fourth Floor.