Paul is desperate to find a way out of the turbulence. He’s located Marlin’s black box and found it full of random clippings. He’s matched Marlin’s final email to a snippet of a nursery rhyme. With his avenues of investigation exhausted, Paul can think of only one more place to get some answers...although Dallas isn’t going to like it.
Maybe that doesn’t matter—because if Paul can’t navigate the turbulence, eventually his autopilot will figure out a way to sabotage his relationship with Dallas. Or worse, Bermuda Paul might turn out to be a better boyfriend.
Paul has a plan, a risky plan. If it works, not only will the turbulence phenomenon be solved—but his perception of reality will be forever changed.
(Novelette - Gay content - Serialized installment 8 of 8)
There's some friction between Paul and Dallas that I really hated and I think it was resolved way too quickly and easily.
I also don't think major it would be that easy for Dallas to become a pilot, which is the eventual plan. It's a great idea, but it takes years.
All in all, I was disappointed with this series. It just doesn't stand up against Price's other work, especially Psycop. But it was still entertaining enough that I bought the whole thing. (FYI, this is a pay-what-you want series.)read more