A brother treated his sister like gold, giving her items to make her beautiful, watching her grow older and letting her know how lovely she had become. Yet beneath the surface of his facade lies a deeper truth - the truth behind their relationship and what has happened...
Die shows the reader a suicide note from a girl to her brother, in which she describes what she thought of her life, who she loved, but most importantly, what drove her from leading a normal life to the end of her road… In short, Die is a deep, psychological One Shot. It's disturbing, and by not being very graphic about it, the power of imagination hits you all the stronger. While it won’t be the most emotional thing you’ll ever read, partly because of the mere 13 pages of content, it’s most definitely worth your time if themes like appeal to you.
This one shot is deep, but it's hard to get because of the shallow narrating and the shortness of the one shot itself. Still, it is the perfect recommandation for people that like deep psychological stuff.