Futurdreamz It seems that there are many references to events that have been in the past and situations that are left unexplained or even impossibilities that are hinted at but never explained. I do recognize the "The protagonist doesn't know WTF is going on and doesn't really give a shit" vibe is intentional, but it seems like it veers too much into the "left unexplained" category.

Perhaps I'm just spoiled by Pratchett's Discworld series eventually developing a narrative for all the details, but it is irritating to be led on by all these tantalizing mysteries only for them to be left unexplained. And now I have to read the actual sequel to find out why the hell there's Romans with zeppelins (why are there always zeppelins in alternate societies?), but I suppose that won't be explained either.


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