OK, so I have to ask a serious question about the worldbuilding of Carry On.
What is, and what isn’t, a “dark spirit”? What sort of criteria is there?
Because there are these creatures in Hinduism and Buddism called Asura/Ashura which aren’t good or bad, strictly speaking. Many mythological and legendary creatures don’t fit into the simple “dark spirit”/“pest” dictonomy. I ask because in the original book, Rashakas, a kind of Asura, were specifically mentioned but not explained in depth because Simon Snow is an idiot coward.
When I read the title “Carry On Fans” I immediately thought of the British comedy series.
For some stupid reason, my mind went to this and I don’t get why…
Unfortunately not even they can save us now.
Carry On is a novel, right?
What is it even about?
A mistake birthed by three women, two of which are ficitonal.
Well, it is also legally distinct Drarry fanficiton that birthed even more fanficiton in turn.
This isn’t really helping me though.
What is it really about?
My curiosity is at work…again.
You might need to read it for yourself because I cannot truly explain it
I read what it is about…hella weird…wow.