What a strange journey this book is, but also a beautiful one. Elite agents on opposite sides of a time war engage in ongoing battle to turn the strands of time and reality in their favor, but things start to become personal. Here, the realities are a braid, and the book feels that way too, as pieces become layered in together. Light on hard science and deliberate in its language (revealing everything and nothing), “This is How You Lose the Time War” is sci-fi by way of Italo Calvino's "Invisible Cities."

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