Bakker puts out his Blind Brain Theory in a story framework narrative… for those that have yet to read Bakker’s Prince of Nothing and the two trilogies this gives a hint of his storytelling power in describing BBT….
[This is more of a dialogue than a story, an attempt to pose Blind Brain Theory within a accessible narrative frame… At the very least, I think it does a good job of unseating some fairly standard human conceits.]
Her name was Penny. She was as tall and as lovely as ever—as perfect as all of Dad’s things.
“What’s wrong, Elijah?”
They followed a river trail that stitched the edge of a cathedral wood. The sunlight lay strewn in rags before them, shredded for the canopy. She shimmered for striding through the random beams, gleamed with something more than human.
“I can tell something’s bugging you.”
Young Elijah Prigatano had come to treasure these moments with her. She was pretty much his mom, of course. But she possessed a difference, and an immovability, that made her wise in a way that sometimes frightened him. She did not…
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