I haven’t read the third book yet, have just finished reading the second. Maybe I missed something or this will be cleared up in the third book, but I was confused with the prologue in the second book. It seems as though someone is being held captive, secured to a bed and goes into great detail about this. I thought that it would come back to this at some point during the book but it doesn’t. The prologue also discusses the gasoline/car event but I don’t understand how these two events are linked or who it was that was being held captive? Can someone explain this to me? Thanks!
Posted by J in Calgary , 20 July 2010