One of my favorite things that Victorian writers figured out was how the inclusion of scraps of letters, telegraphs, and diary entries within their larger novels could help enhance a story and fill out a world…and it’s something that we dip into from time to time on DRIVE. It helps give a fuller picture of the world they’re living in.
We’ve seen these found documents before, of course: Things like individual entries in the Enciclopedia Xenobiologica, or internal corporate memos, or private letters held in La Familia’s vaults. And as the story unfolds on, it’s undoubtedly something we’ll see again.
(Speaking of the full story: We’re putting the finishing touches on the new DRIVE site, but in the interim, you can always read the story — in order — over at the temporary site.)