What's the best way to enjoy the end of the world?
If you are reading this you have lost your memory. Again. You dumb jerk. I have no interest in writing our life story - it’ll come back to you. For now, this is what’s up:
1. We are looking for a god named Tiger.
2. He can stop the apocalypse, but apparently does not know that.
3. If the apocalypse is ongoing, we haven't told him yet.
Also, we believe that life is absurd, loving relationships make it worth living, and it's best to be our true self.
Love Copycat (that’s our name dummy)
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The story isn't too far along yet, so I can't give the most expansive review, but I can say that it has an interesting worldbuilding and story setup, that I like the characters and that it is a very funny read.
A longer form introduction: The story takes place in a world that seems vaguely inspired by Norse mythology, consisting of nine different realms.
This world has a quirk: When people are close to dying, (or even when they die), they instinctively use fear driven magic to teleport to some other place and realm, but lose some or even all their memories in the process.
Our protagonist, allegedly named Copycat, is one of those people, so now she has to set out on her quest without knowing much about her goal or target. That set up makes it easy to intruduce the world to both protagonsist and reader alike.
On the journey so far, CC is accompanied by two other characters I won't spoil, but that are interesting in their own right and have good comedic chemistry.
Also, knowing the author, interesting philosophical and otherwise ideas have a high chance of turning up at some point.
I'm bad at reviews, so I'll stop here for now. Just give it a try?