I'm gonna go read some Rimbaud now. And finally watch that Leonardo DiCaprio movie.
This hit all the right buttons for me. Not only was there some timey-wimey stuff (not specifically time travel, but I don't really know how to describe it), but it painted a picture of late 1970s DC that really warmed my heart. The writing crafted a portrait of two people I probably would have wanted to punch in the face without it, and I built relationships with them instead.
My only hang-up with this one is the fact that my plot-driven brain is still going "and then what?" Knowing as I do that this was a Slice-Of-Living kind of story that takes a few key events and lets us figure out the rest, I still want more.
So I guess I'll go read that Rimbaud.
Way better than Mortal Love, which I confess I didn't finish, just couldn't wait for Mortal Love to get better, gave up.
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