I don't like trilogies. I like series. In a series of novels, you don't need to read the earlier or later novels to get the point. But if you like the characters and the writer, you know there are other novels in the series where you can greet them all again. The Chronicles of the Dragon and the Fox are all like that. The first two novels are also unique in that the first begins in first person with a doomed character and they both share a common chapter. They really aren't experimental novels, but they depart from the norm on these two points. I don't think you will be disappointed with them.