WTF is The Ozymandias Saga?
What happens when the murky supernatural behind the veil of reality collides with the reality humans know?
My theory is that after all the dust has settled, humans do what we always seem to do: politicize it.
Organizations with alphabet soup monikers, committees, agents, all in an attempt to neatly categorize what to do when the kelpies decide the freshwater theme park is an excellent place to move in, or a werewolf wants to be a cop, or when the necromancer makes a living busking with an animated monkey corpse? All the while with the power plays, the bureaucracy, and shady maneuvering one expects from any political activity.
No more trying to run away from the monster under the bed in a world where no one believes you. Now you call 911.
The first foray into this world, Catalyst, sets it up for the reader, and shows how all these attempts at “civilizing” the heretofore unknowable (and in some cases unthinkable) can stand up to a world-ending cataclysmic event in a future, slightly science-fictiony environment. This event has happened before, but mankind at large was comfortably unaware of the terrific battles being waged in the dark. Now we are involved at large, and since we are involved, that means the gloves have really come off.
From both sides.
This means that the good guys can move openly and band together and call in Navy SEALs, but it also means the bad guys don’t have to hide anymore either, and they don’t after a point, making moves in insanely public (and usually horrific and fatal) ways that could not possibly be explained away by pseudo-science or even the most convoluted trail of coincidences.
So welcome to Earth 2047.