hello to all.
I just finished HoL a few days ago and am amazed at how the book affected me...no, I am not turning into a junkie, I have not diagnosed myself with some bizzare psychological disorder, nor is the beast of empty space stalking me and NO I in no way want to become Johnny...
...I started the book only because someone shared the premise of how space was contained (or not) within the house on Ash Tree Lane...and then the interest in a puzzle on pages interested me as well. From the first page I couldn't put it down. I'll confess to some fits of paranoia, more than likely my own problems with claustraphobia too much coffee and reading at 430 in the morning...and my dreams were enhanced as well. Ive seen some posts and backlash at people who speak about their dreams in relation to the book. I was never lost within "the house" but found when walking in my dreams I encountered many more hallways than usual, and in most cases a pleasant surprise to say the least. The book offered more texture to my subconscious, always something to be grateful for.
After finishing the book, I found myself exhausted and picked up Nicole Blackman's "Blood Sugar" to cool off a bit...not much releif there either so I thought maybe a post would help. Any suggested reading for life after the House?