Part 3 A clue about the glue of life and death
" Oh this is pointless!"
George sent the (worthless) book of "13 trailing Tales through the Afterlife" by Sergej Drabschnevskovich Jr, flying across the room so it violently hit the wall, where it started to boohoo with several spooky voices and dark shadows rised and circeled around it.
He put down his violet protective-goggles. ( He had taken at least the minimum of safety measures before poking his nose into books that apparently took you on a trip trough the limbo, which, as the author himself kindly points out in the prologue, might be an unique experience and he would not take responsibility if the reader's soul trailed off the road between the letters...)
Like all the other books before, it had not been very helpful if one planned quite the opposite than dying.
The only, slightly interessting thing he had found in the last two hours was an antique recipe for ' Life powder ', which appeared to be ten times stronger than th