“Don’t worry, it’s nothing. We’re all ‘weird’ and no one cares.”
Welcome to the second book in the series. Haven’t read the first book yet? I must encourage you to redirect your gaze to the start of the series so you can fully appreciate the work of art you are about to embark upon.
I once reviewed “The Traveler” by Andy Stanley. Much like that book, this work is also based on a narrative metaphor to teach the reader business acumen.
This book gives a mysterious tale wrapped in riddles. While enjoyable at times, much like the cavern scene in The Hobbit, the unfortunate circumstance in this case is the reader’s connection to the narrator, in which it reads much like a manuscript discovered, with the riddles saved for the audience.