Faryal
Faryal asked:

is this a romance novel?

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Sasya Fox I might be inclined to call it a dysphorian story of a dystrophic love in a dystopian universe. With a lot of death in it...

I wouldn't be inclined to call it romance, except perhaps in a pathological sense. It's almost an anti-romance, in some ways.

Sorry if that answer isn't particularly satisfying, but it's a tough question—there are certainly romantic elements and themes, but it's about as far from the genre of romance as it can be.

At any rate, thanks for the question!

-Fox
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