Welcome to the World of “S.”

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I urge you to dig. Give in to the unknown for a while and ponder the mystery. It’s worth it. – JJ. Abrams

Welcome to Thoughts on “S.”  Y’ part o’ th’ tradition, now. Part o’ th’ tradition. Here you can read about, discuss, and find resources to help you delve into the topics, puzzles, ciphers, clues, riddles, enigmas, mysteries, love stories, and battles between good and evil found in “S.” To tailor your “S.” experience, choose from the options below.

A Spoiler-Free Beginner’s Guide to Reading “S.” (this is the only post that does not mention events in the book – a great way to get started)

Walk-Throughs  (detailed, orderly analysis of chapters, characters, or themes)

Inserts (where the inserts are and what they might mean)

News

Blog Posts

 Questions? Comments? Email me at mystimus@gmail.com.

Comments
  1. Captain says:

    Nice work on organization. Thanks

  2. Marie says:

    Hi there,
    I just started “S” last week, so I am a complete beginner. I was wondering whether anyone has “translated” the pirate-like talk of Malstroem in the first two chapters (that’s how far I am by now)? English is not my first language, so I get most but not all of it (and I fear that I miss important stuff).
    Hope that someone can help:)

    • I do not know of a word-by-word analysis of Maelstrom’s pirate-speak, but if you point out something specific I’m sure I and others will venture our best translation attempt.

      For example, “coggin'” means “thinking” or “understanding”, I believe.

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