|May 26, 2014||Filled under Uncategorized||
I read this a while ago, but got hold of the new reprint and just read it again. And it’s just as fantastic.
This story challenging readers to think of people as people of many dimensions and not solely as their outward trappings. Interesting that te author chose to use first POV for both the MCs. I wonder if this gave us an insight that might not have been possible using 3rd POV. Although there was plenty of self exploration, I’m always up for more angst. While this could have been a tear-jerking story, overall, it was more a message story. The subtle (okay, sometimes not so subtle) way the characters are made to see each other, the assumptions of bias. The premise is poignantly genius.
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