Slade House: Lingering questions
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1. Did anyone else notice the runner (in orange and black) who appeared outside of Slade Alley before each victim entered the Alley, and eventually the House? Was he one of the twins in disguise administering the banjax? If so, why were certain victims required to ingest the banjax within Slade House?
2. I know there were character references to The Bone Clocks, but the only two I caught were A. Marinus (pretty straightforward), and B. Fern Penhaligon, whose brother was a minor character in TBC (he committed suicide by driving off of a cliff after Hugo Lamb wouldn't lend him money to pay off his debts). Who else am I missing?
>4 kristilabrie: makes sense also... :)
Sorry, I haven't yet read Bone Clocks so I couldn't help w/ the 2nd...
I think Black Wine is the Chapel's version of banjax in The Bone Clocks.
Blackwatermen, on the other hand, seem to be simply "hired guns": entirely mundane criminal enforcers (the twins have vast funds at their disposal) used for emergency coercion. The allusion is to the mercenary company Blackwater. This allusion would connect remotely with the Ed Brubeck plot-line in The Bone Clocks.