I'm reading a short creepypasta (light horror short story?) titled "The Gateway of The Mind". Its about an experiment involving depriving some patient of any and all sensory stimuli, in order for that individual to gain access to interaction with so-called god. The storytelling, though short, is quite compelling and packed with engagement of thrills.
It's ironic because the author's style of writing is the complete opposite of Oda's. He kills off characters left right and centre even before they fulfil important plot points, which is annoying. It's like Oda and him need to meet somewhere in the middle