A Most Subtle Counterfactual: Paul Kerschen’s The Warm South

@1 -- it would be safe to say that Shelley's life is one of several that's affected by Keats's survival in the timeline featured in this novel. To go into the specifics would venture into spoiler territory, however.

A Subtle Apocalypse: Simon Jacobs’s Palaces

It didn't make it into the review, but when reading Palaces, I was reminded at times of David Markson's Wittgenstein's Mistress in that sense of utter absence that both books share. 

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