on October 30, 2016
I don’t generally care for meta-stories, but then most of them tend to bring an author’s various worlds and characters together in a ill conceived and ramshackle patchwork. This story is not doing that. The characters are being established in their individual literary worlds at the same time they are being introduced to the “real world” and to foreign literary worlds in which they are required to operate. It is an approach I’ve not seen before and find quite refreshing. I’m eager to read the further adventures of Jerimiah, Kane and Contessant. If you read this book, You may be as drawn into it as I have been.