John - Some terrific ideas there, squire, I like where you're coming from. Begs the question as to how often 'series character and plot delenopmevt' happens in literary fiction ... Off the top of my head, I can think of Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet and the Avignon Quintet, William Golding's Rites of Passage trilogy ... Is Cormac McCarthy's Border Trilogy stretching it? I might blog about this tomorrow, actually ...Tom Williams? Hilarious, sir. If wishes were horses, we'd all be riding on wishback. Cheers, Dec
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Sorry for asking if someone has already answered this, but I just can't read all 200 comments. So - the occult society they were all involved in't..hat.s not real, is it? I'm not like, a crack historian or anything, but I'd never heard of it. I wondered if they just sorta made one up because it gets a little trite, blaming everything on the Masons. (I'm looking at you, Dan Brown.) But I too thought the movie ROCKED. No complaints, even being in love with the books. Excellent down to the last detail.
Conagatulrtions, Kat, on what you have achieved and also what you have contributed to the rest of us with your passion for photography. As a former student of yours and a follower of your great newsletter and blog, I wish you joy and more great things for the future.