This book feels very much like Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series.
The “dip” in ‘The Dip’ refers to a period of time that can occur when working toward something difficult (e.g. mastery of a skill, advancement in a job role, etc).
I’m generally not a comic book person, though I have enjoyed several graphic novels including Head Lopper, Demon, and The Hedge Knight. As a result, The Court of Owls is the first Batman comic I can recall having ever read.
This book is a deep dive (from the theistic point of view) into how our phones, the internet, and being constantly (and instantly) connected is changing how we view the world, each other, and ourselves.
I bought this book in response to the discussion around the murder of George Floyd in May of 2020.
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