Plan D – Simon Urban

I went into this wanting to enjoy it more than I did. It’s an alt-timeline Berlin where, instead of the fall of the Berlin Wall and DDR in 1989, there was, instead, the ‘revitalization’ which sought to maintain East Germany.

This setting was interesting enough and the police procedural/political thriller well enough plotted, but I lost interest due to an element of male-gaze which,
though I think it was part of the point, I ended up bouncing off a few times.

Not terrible, but far from essential.

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