Well, the trilogy is done. There's technically a second trilogy of books too, but no one says they're any good. I'll have to think for a while before I try to find them.
It's very interesting to me how your interpretation of a book depends hugely on your circumstances. When I first read these books in high school, I thought they were cute and the odd format amused me. Now though, they speak to me directly. It actually tells me exactly what I need to do.
I'm going to go write a letter. Pen and paper.
(That's not what the book told me, the book told me that I need to go somewhere far away and start anew. I'm too stuck in my current life to take that advice though.)