[DWJ] A Duh moment
farah.sf at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 07:56:51 EDT 2011
So, I'm re-reading Eight Days of Luke this morning, and I get to the Sigurd
and Brunhilda bit, and I realise it feels *structurally* very familiar, and
not just because I've read the book more times than I can count.
And then I realise.
It's possible to understand the ending of Fire and Hemlock as a riff on
Sigurd and Brunhilda.
Damn but DWJ was clever.
There is no such thing as a right time or a wrong time. There is only the
now. The future is made up of accumulated nows.
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