The book “In Limbo, Where Else” strives to balance an intermediate state of a book that can both be read and viewed as a conceptual reversed object. The book is camouflaged as a notebook. It contains nine short stories whose narrator is characterized as an anti-flaneur driven by his restlessness and ambiguity. The non-linear narrations of his dystopian journeys obviously deny certain laws of fiction writing. The narrative continuously follows a different junction, thus evoking a constantly changing focus in order to trigger the flow of inner images.