Milo was in a coma. It was induced, of course - the doctors said it would be the best way to heal his injuries. But it was still a coma, and that meant Milo was trapped in his own head.
He wasn't sure how long he'd been in there, but it felt like a long time. He was getting restless, and the dreamscapes he found himself in were starting to feel less and less like dreams and more like reality.
One day, he found himself in a strange place. It was a city, but not like any city he'd ever seen before. The buildings were taller than anything he'd ever imagined, and they seemed to be made of some kind of strange metal that was always shifting and changing.
The sky was a deep blue, and there were stars shining bright. Milo had never seen anything like it.
He was just about to explore further when he heard someone calling his name. He turned around and saw a girl walking towards him. She was wearing a strange suit that looked like it was made of the same metal as the buildings.
"Milo," she said, "welcome to the future."
Milo was surprised, but he didn't have time to ask any questions. The girl took his hand and started leading him through the city.
"This is amazing," Milo said as he looked around. "I've never seen anything like it."
"I know," the girl said. "It's a little overwhelming at first, but you'll get used to it."
She showed him around the city, and Milo was amazed by everything he saw. The technology was like nothing he'd ever imagined, and the girl explained that it was all made possible by nanobots.
"Nanobots?" Milo asked. "What are those?"
"They're very small robots that can do a lot of different things," the girl explained. "They're what make this city possible."
Milo was amazed. He'd never imagined that such tiny things could do so much.
Eventually, the girl brought him to a large building. She pressed a button on the door and it opened.
"This is where you'll be staying," she said. "It's a safe place, and you'll be able to rest and heal here."
Milo thanked the girl and went inside. He was exhausted from everything he'd seen, and he quickly fell into a deep sleep.
When he woke up, he found that he was no longer in the city. He was in a hospital room, and the girl was there with him.
"What happened?" he asked.
"You were in a coma," she said. "But don't worry, you're safe now. You're going to be just fine."
Milo was relieved, and he was also excited to learn more about this amazing future. He had a feeling that his adventure was just beginning.