In his intricate trilogy, of which Outmove is the last volume, Legg challenges our concepts of the visible/invisible universe, our concepts of daily “reality.’ We experience time/space portals and windows to multiple universes, multiple lives lived simultaneously, some in the name of good, some of evil, and some egos partaking of the same soul, existing simultaneously as good and evil. Deemed the ultimate, soul powers are developed by our heroes to triumph over the behemoth evil that has overtaken the earth, the consenting majority lies fast asleep, lulled by entertainment, mind numbing foods, and assurances of safety against terrorists as personal freedoms are chiseled away.
Outmove challenges our view of recent history. Yes, Legg’s book is a work of fiction… but haven’t we all heard that history itself, as retold, is an "agreed upon" fiction? Why did the Titanic sink? Were WW1 and 2 planned? Were the market crashes engineered? Where is the earth now? And what is the Jadeo?
The earth was never meant to be a place of egocentric greed and power, but of the soul power of love.