Locations to Expect in Book Three (and ones we have seen so far)
So book three, which is tentatively titled as Threads that Bind the Tempest has a very robust draft, so I can share some little nuggets about the plot and setting. This particular nugget is where in Tyra Kolaq'blegae our intrepid Trinity and the One and the supporting cast will be seeing. Locations to expect and all that.
- Earth - HTSW
- Magaya - HTSW/HW
- The Ascended's Abode - HTSW
- Jalon - HW
- Djarmen - HW
- Eisatanlon - HW
- Sangrae La (Baune) - HW
- A Spikarian style planet - HW
- Wolfen - HTSW/HW
- Mechanicha - HW
A pretty decent start for covering the expanse of Tyra Kolaq'blegae. A mere drop into its size and breadth, but it is drop nonetheless. Book three expands upon it, but admittedly not by much. It expands it in a different way...
Now where are they heading in book three? Not necessarily in any order.
- Magaya - Obviously. HQ and all.
- A obscure, stormy research outpost - Interesting, eh?
- Paeyk - The scorn has been written for this race/planet in Harmonic Waves, but how is it really?
- A Diamondae ruin - Exciting, right?
- Hallihanet - One of the big players.
- An artificially constructed planet made by the Aryuihl - Spooky stuff. What does it mean?
And that is about it.
If it seems like a tight range of locations, it is. Book three is like a tight horror-psychological thriller. The events take place in rapid fire sequence, probably taking up a real-time interval of less than How to Stop Wildfire's.
I'll stop spoiling/talking now. That's all for now. I return to editing the stupid thing.
Thanks for reading.
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