A young and talented architect comes to his senses after a horrific accident only to find himself in the odd dystopian world. A world that is filled with the memories of all current coma patients. Just like a human memory this world is fragmental, chaotic and unstable. This is COMA: icecaps, rivers and cities can all exist in a space of a single room and laws of physics are no longer laws as they can be bent.
In the center of the story is the main character’s monologue about the anxiety caused by viewing Instagram feeds. There, all the time, someone lives better than her! Her conclusion is both sad and funny: "Every time I am in the opposite place from happiness and in anxiety." Will she find a way out of this state? How will her man, to whom she tells everything, react to this monologue?