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I have heard her work compared to oriental brushwork - the description fits.Current conventions for the time-travel story demand a richness of detail; it's simply not plausible that a few weeks of language and history study and a costume would allow a person to blend into the past—there are too many mores and habits that would make the traveler stand out.Writers like Kage Baker, Connie Willis, and Deborah Harkness have brandished their research to address this point.Goldstein (Summer King, Winter Fool) is more interested in parent-child relationships and her characters' struggles against self-imposed limitations than in genre spectacle.In "Cassandra's Photographs," a man gets a peek at his future that first thrills, then dismays and finally frees him.

I have heard her work compared to oriental brushwork - the description fits.

Current conventions for the time-travel story demand a richness of detail; it's simply not plausible that a few weeks of language and history study and a costume would allow a person to blend into the past—there are too many mores and habits that would make the traveler stand out.

Writers like Kage Baker, Connie Willis, and Deborah Harkness have brandished their research to address this point.

Goldstein (Summer King, Winter Fool) is more interested in parent-child relationships and her characters' struggles against self-imposed limitations than in genre spectacle.

In "Cassandra's Photographs," a man gets a peek at his future that first thrills, then dismays and finally frees him.

She skirts her personal rule of never writing series' a bit closely, by returning to the same fictional country of Amaz in two stories (also featured in her novel Tourists), but those stories are decidedly stand-alones, each exploring the theme of being a stranger in a foreign country, but viewing that theme from a different angle each time.