PJ Hammans weaves a tale that looks suspiciously like mythology repeating itself. But then, aren’t myths a part of all our lives?
The work of the jobbing thief is supposed to be as far from mythology as you can get. It is the work of the ultimate pragmatist, but Dean Morrow is soon to find that the people who deal with him already know a thing or two on that subject.
What is a blueprint if not something which acts as a plan, model, or template for others? His journey is a long one and it isn’t going to end anytime soon. With titanic powers lined up around him and an endgame too obscure to figure out, the best Dean can do is to roll with the pressures.