Now here’s a description:
I could feel everything, including my own face when I touched it. Meaning I wasn’t dead, exactly; the explosion of antimatter or whatever had happened at the LHC had somehow reassembled my poor annihilated atoms into a form invisible to the naked eye. And then apparently shot me up onto the nearest mountaintop. So, technically I wasn’t actually in Heaven, I was still somewhere in Switzerland.
It was like God had cursed me by making all my childhood wishes come true. I was wearing the Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak — and I was stuck on the freakin’ set of The Sound of Music!
Dr. Mira Verbogen, having survived a catastrophe at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, discovers she’s not quite what she used to be, in The Accidental Superheroine by J. R. Rain and Kris Carey. Wild and crazy stuff.