It could have let it be more subtle, but then I would not have grinned in delight at this pun which my brain already had made a few times in this story of mixing Red and Blue: The two women were more real to each other than reflections in a mirror and their scarred and hacked edges had borne witness to too many battles waged against time (and each other).Or maybe it was a mis-step on the part of the authors. Everything that happens is going to be from the Ego point of view. Und nebenan warten die Sterne Not surprisingly, the book also requires the reader to put themselves in a whole new frame of mind to appreciate it, focusing not so much on the plot and setting, but more on the characters as well as the tone and nuances of what they say and do. Wer bin ich ohne dich? I wanted just a little more understanding, especially early on.
I did truly enjoy the structure, and the lovely, vivid imagery of each of the different worlds and moments in history that the agents visited.Cowritten by two beloved and award-winning sci-fi writers, This Is How You Lose the Time War is an epic love story spanning time and space. Original review: Damn excellent SF novella. Schattenmond / Schatten-Trilogie Bd.1 Their secret letters envelope the secrecy of their relationship and dangers they face even reading letters from the enemy, which is fascinating to think of considering a digital age where communication can occur through images (entire conversations can be had with emojis and memes) or other non-alphabetic communication. Ashes To Ashes Congratulations to the 2020 Hugo winner for best novella!