Trilogy lovers will tell you that there are rules without which this one is doomed to failure. These rules are cardinal to keep the reader’s attention until the end.
It is necessary to install the recurring characters of the history. The hero is generally unlikely; then you have to build the tension. Basically this first part of the trilogy is structured as if it were a singular story with characters who must overcome obstacles while the perils of this quest are more and more threatening.
In the second stage, it is necessary to introduce new characters and multiply the conflicts in order to open up other dramatic questions. The more the reader asks themselves questions, the more the tension persists. There are several distinct dramatic lines.
The reader is thus held in suspense while waiting for the third and last part.
Elon Musk, as his fans and critics now know, is an expert in the art of dramaturgy. When he does not provoke controversy he finds himself at the center of it in spite of himself. But he is never so masterful in the art of suspense when he leads the orchestra with his baton.
In August 2006, the billionaire introduced, via a blog post, what he called “The Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan (just between you and me).” A sort of secret guide to transform transportation and to save the planet from dying from pollution.
Part I of The Trilogy: Build an Affordable EV
If Musk was known in tech circles at the time for co-founding PayPal (PYPL) – Get PayPal Holdings, Inc. Report in 1998, the world was fascinated at the time by another charismatic entrepreneur, Steve Jobs, who promised to revolutionize the telephone with the iPhone.
“Background: My day job is running a space transportation company called SpaceX, but on the side I am the chairman of Tesla Motors,” Musk wrote. “As you know, …….