jaylake wrote:Man, you guys are amazing. Yes, you got my intention regarding the general course of the disease, and the direction of Milton's thinking at the end. For what it's worth, I invariably believe that the story belongs to the reader, but it's always a treat when my vision and the reader's vision line up well. If you've got any direct questions for me, fire away. (And here via ahilton.)
Hey, thanks for dropping by, Jay! I was wondering whether, in your mind, Emissary sent Milton to his superiors as revenge against them for salvation for her. I know you believe the story belongs to the reader and all, but I was just curious about what you were thinking when you wrote it.