Assuming that Alex comes from a world like the real one, what would an adventure there be like? How would adventurers react to things like airplanes? Remember how Andy reacted to the idea of paper money? How old everyday people react? Then again, Alex hasn't had thoughts that lead readers to believe the world he comes from is like ours. For example, he is a dishwasher. If machines existed to do that job for him, they would have it. It wouldn't make sense for a tavern to be able to afford having three floors hut not a dishwasher. Then again, he suspected the sign in the store to have some sort of machine changing it, so there is technology. Does anyone else have any speculations as to what Alex's world might be like? Or at least imagine Th…
There are many villains in the series. The brotherhood, Mog, and the Dark Shadow included. How do they connect? Why did both the dark shadow and Mog want Iowanan's crystal ball? So many questions and so little answers. Are the brotherhood and the Gezbeth two independent things? Feel free to find some answers.
Tayo's grief after losing his wife is understandable. He really missed her. Elsa tells him to move on, but he does rather quickly. He couldn't have forgotten Elsa that fast. Either he didn't care for Elsa too much, or he doesn't really love Indigo? What do you think?
The first three books were great. But is Alexander Taylor becoming a little overpowered? He is never defeated and nothing ever seems to pose a challenge to him. I mean of course he is the main character. It is all about him overcoming challenges. But his power is heading into the extremes. I love the series, but I hope Gaylan poses more of a challenge.