This author and this series does very interesting things with time and concepts. Sometimes things seem to be happening now and in our day, and then, every once in a while, I think, “Wait. Am I imagining this in a much more specific way than the author intended?” I think what it is is that the author is purposefully ambiguous in some things. It’s really quite fascinating. Occasionally mind blowing. Definitely adds incentive to my goal of rereading all the books once I’ve read through the series.
Still, the more I read, the better I understand and see the connections with the other books.
The Hunter, The Hound and a Rogue, as book three, helped to flesh out the previous two books, both with characters from book two and with imagery from one. You can certainly read it as a stand alone novel. I really appreciate just how well these books stand on their own, even as I am increasingly invested in the ways that Peniel shines through. 🙂
Each book has been very different so far and I think this book may be my hardest to explain yet. But don’t worry, I just finished reading the next one and already look forward to writing that review! lol
Happy reading & writing, folks!