Well-paced and thoughtful
Ok, so right off the bat, I love the pacing and the imagery of this story. So many stories these days throw action at you, and all the love and drama and sex happens in the first three chapters. Not this book. This one takes its time, and it's beautiful. I truly love the way this author pulls back and takes time to actually see the world, and the light, and the flavor of simple things. On top of that, I also love the plot and the way the author moves this forward.
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My only point of criticism (and this reflects more on me than the author or the book) is that I don't understand the names for some things. For instance, I have no idea what an "almirah" is.
One of my favorite lines in this story: I have always known that things end. Everything. Every little single thing in this universe has an end... and then the words after that, not to spoil the plot- sooo good.
Author, it seems to me that english might not be your first language. And I have to say, if it isn't, then be proud of your writing, because this is good. Reminds me of a Makoto Shinkai anime. There are a few grammar mistakes that are easily fixed and overlooked, and a few items that American readers will be unfamiliar with, but regardless- great story, great pacing, great plot, great attention to the small details. Keep it up.