Does anyone think that the shifts in the hous that get everyone lost could have something to do, symbolically, with peoples' ability to cope? Think about it this way. The in the book is supposed to be the "hope" for the Navidson's future. But, everyone knows that it's hard to move forward when you haven't dealt with the past (dealing with the past was the entire idea of the "Haunted" and HOL). The Navidson's had their fair share of unresolved issues. What if the s shifts are a manifestation of those internal problems? It's just a thought for now, and I still have to check out the reactions that everyone had to the 's interior envirinment. If anyone else has already checked on this, let me know.
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