I got the theme for October from the title of a book I’m reading in holiday - Legacy of Spies by le Carre. It’s the prequel to The Spy Who Came In From The Cold. Le Carre back to his best. Recommended.
Ok, with @Shyrka otherwise occupied, this seems like a good month for me to give reviews a spin.
Of course, I reserve the right to be utterly wrong in my interpretations, although any error is strictly inadvertent and based on my limited literary abilities demonstrated most months I enter the contest (pixie slap preemptively blocked).
@IheThe Natural Order of Things: Receiving your legacy requires joining a legacy of anticipated betrayal and patricide.
@LittleStarA Life, Less 21 Grams: When your earthly legacy is effectively non-existent, what can be expected of your heavenly legacy?
@KerrybuchananPrison Planet Legacy: For grammatical crimes, even superheros are not exempt from a punitive grammarian making a linguistic legacy.
@Cat's CradleDelightful: When your legacy to the world leaves a legacy in your room...
@dannymcgThat's my...boy?: Sometimes, your political legacy effects your biological legacy.
@nixieHomecoming: Every now and again, you're glad to find your legacy had been erased.
@CalliopenjoUntitled: What do you do when you receive a legacy with a backstory, filled with bitterness and pain?