Date: 2017-08-12 09:03 am (UTC)
For all Byrne's... everything, he's still got good, solid storytelling instincts. Lara's turn here is logical and sobering.

A lot of authors have had to deal with their work being interpreted in ways they don't like, so I can relate when Byrne talks about that. But I'm not really sure what he means by "Once GENERATIONS is presented as any kind of coherent 'universe' or 'ElseWorld,' it completely falls apart." Does... does that mean it's not a coherent story? Are these just a series of non sequiturs? "I was aiming for incoherence?" What?
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