Very recently I've subconsciously been waiting for an idea or inspiration for a story (novel) to hit me and I think one did, so I may as well run it by people for public opinion. Normally I write sensible, realistic stuff but this time I might attempt something a little different. In some ways the idea seems a little immature but I still think if I can turn it into a mature adventure novel it could be good. So here are the basics: There's a man who dies and awakes (not resurrected) in a field. There is no wind. No sound. In the distance lies nothingness, apart from a single willow tree. The man makes his way over to the tree and to cut a long story short he discovers a city (civilisation) and upon entering he notices obvious differences apart from the normal flow of people (for example there are the extinct dodo birds walking down the streets amongst limited traffic and so on). The story goes on the man meets with his brother, who had died as well, so obviously the place is some kind of afterlife (however this is not Heaven or any religious belief, thus it cannot conflict with such views considering it fictitiously disproves religion AS WELL as Atheism...). Anyway, the man joins in with this society, formed of extinct people and such. He opts to join a science research group whose job it is to do research on the wildlife and such, which is where the adventure aspect comes into it (dinosaurs and other extinct/dead creatures inhabiting this world). The man also takes a roadtrip with his brother out into the country to visit a suspended city and other civilisations. I'll leave it there in attempt to not bore people. It seems farfetched and a little weird but hey it's imagination. Does this sort of story interest anyone at all or should I just not bother. Remember, if I finished this I would attempt for publication so if it seems too wacky please tell me now.