The universe of the novel is set in a world that starts by being completely real (as we perceive it today) and then melts into a real-imaginary perception. 'The ghosts' represent an interpretation of a telepathic communication perceived in a dream.
Gracious, this is brilliant. It was a bit ambiguous for me at first which way the guy was facing (towards the ghosts, I think) because it's so dark, but I feel like that mysterious aspect adds to the work And for the story, the prose is hard to read sometimes but the concept is cool!
Is this whole scene a dream or are the ghosts/communications the only things from the dream that are being physically manifested/projected in the real world?
The scene depicts both the real world (the city in the distance) and the dream (much closer, with misty figures as communicators, snowflakes on a desert landscape).
As for the story, it's the draft version. The edited one will be published later on this year, and will be available via pdf. Still, it's my first novel written in English, so don't get too high hopes for it
Thank you for the appreciation of the artwork and the story as well!
Very cool! What you've written is still brilliant, and very impressive for a first book in English. I just tend to be picky when it comes to writing xD (English minor, and currently on a Brandon Sanderson high haha) I look forward to reading the final version. ^^ Great work, to both artist and writer!
Like I said before, thank you very much! A link to the final piece will appear on the blog when it's finished editing and all that. Follow or subscribe to RSS or something. Chapters will be published weekly (or bi-weekly).