Just saw the review by Alex Wallace on the @ site. Oh my goodness – thank you!
It’s a short review, only 407 words but it packs a punch. Here’s Alex’ concluding paragraph.
There is a quiet morality here, brave in a way that most alternate history simply refuses to be. It forces you to look at the butchery that underlies the pomp of flags and banners and uniforms. Through a kaleidoscopic view at so many different aspects of this contact, Harvey shows that when events shake the ground, the quakes destroy lives and societies. It is a bold statement, one that the genre needs all the more.
The full review can be found at https://www.sealionpress.co.uk/post/through-the-dark-mirror-review.