I’m a big fan of the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling. I’ve read all seven novels multiple times. And as a result I can say how impressive it is that Rowling hides numerous clues in plain sight in volume 1, the significance of which are not revealed until volume 7.
Amazingly, having now listened to this podcast numerous times (it’s not quite done yet; 3 more chapters to go, but I’ve read these in print form), that Eneasz Brodski has accomplished the same thing. Very clever clue dropping throughout the book, the significance of which only becomes clear at the end. Clearly, even though the book was printed as a serial that came out over (I think) 5 years, he had all the clever plot details planned out from the beginning.
Anyone—EVERYone—who is a Potter series fan AND a rationalist, an economist, a libertarian, a devotee of reason and science, or just a nerd, will LOVE this work. I cannot praise it highly enough. The clever tweaks on the original Rowling story…the introduction to rational thinking…the application of economic reasoning. It’s SO good.
AND the PODCAST makes it even better. The clever voices, music, sound effects. Clearly a work of love and devotion. (Sorting) Hats off to everyone.