It's hard to know to explain To Say Nothing of the Dog; it's both a Victorian comedy of manners and a gentle parody thereof, but also a mystery, a rom com, and an exploration of how identity can be confusing when you're not sure who (or how, or when) you are. To Say Nothing of the Dog is technically the second book in Connie Willis's extraordinary Oxford Time Travel series, except that because of the very nature of the series (not to mention time travel) it functions just as well out of order. The whole series is charming, moving, and sometimes deeply, shockingly sad, but this one does a remarkable job conveying the weirdness, chaos, and potential hilarity of time travel. ~Rafe
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