Okay, so I have a big plot line in the back of my head thats screaming to come to fruition. The thing is, a lot of it is very complicated, and am wondering if I start off with one novel, is it a bad idea to use the first novel to explain more about the 'world' or the 'phenomenon' or would that just be boring because of the lack of action? Well let me explain a little bit about the plot. The main concept is a journey. My main character is looking to find his long lost Brother who disappeared from his household when he was in his early teens (12/13). The story is one of supernatural powers though. You see he only comes to the search at the start of his own death. It's pretty much a story, where in the first chapter the main character dies, and is lead the the universal weighting room for all newly deceased. When he gets there, he hears rumors about his brother, and searches him out to find him. Eventually, through his travels he learns that his brother, quite a famous man among the world of the dead, has some how discovered the way of resurrection and is now back in the world of the living. Yes it is a complicated idea right? So it would involve a lot of explanation right? That could all take place in one novel I believe. What I want to ask however, is, would that be boring? It would probably not have a lot of action, however the interesting concept might keep the readers interest. I know that if I write it well, then yes of course it will be interesting, however I just want a general opinion of the idea, and if it would hold a persons interest.