Rich historical setting, multiple narratives, debauchery and decadence, AND two musical numbers bracketing a whole spectrum of sexuality and class? Yes, please. I’m only on episode 7. Don’t give it away.
(Seriously, though, it’s a bit of synchronicity to come across this as I plot out the revised book . How do the various character arcs develop? Where do the episodes seem to drag, where does it feel like we skipped something important, or lingered too long in a scene? I am taking notes, BB. When I’m not getting carried away with your gorgeousness, that is.)
(Leviathan is still coming. This is distracting me from pre-launch jitters is all.)