Friday, September 29, 2017


The novels are judgmental. There really isn’t a better way to put it. I have attempted to imbue a sense of morality into the stories where, if you commit a crime, you pay for that act. Usually, many times over.

While the antagonists in the books are agents of a much greater evil, they are the ones that have bedeviled humanity throughout its history. As such, they are the ones that I generally bestow my wrath upon. This isn’t always the case.

I think that Synesthesia, the fourth book in the series, contains the best examples of this. Humans commit atrocities, and while their society may not view them as such, I do. Ritual murder is still murder in my book (literally.)

There is very little ambiguity in the novels. The characters all suffer from crisis’ of conscious for some of their actions but ultimately reach the proper conclusions. It is not a crime to fight against and destroy the inhuman enemies that have plagued us for so long.

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