Stories where someone can see the future have a sort of inevitability to them (pun intended, I think). The person lives a secret life of some sort and tries to change the future based on what he knows, for gain or good. Six Months, Three Days defies that inevitability totally, and for that reason it's a very interesting tale.
Doug and Rachel are two clairvoyants who seem to live kind of normal lives, at least Rachel does. She has a good friend who knows her secret and seems willing to play along. Neither of them try to take advantage of their situation particularly, though Rachel seems to be able to choose between possible futures. Doug is on a single track, and it's not good. So the driver of the story is the interplay between these versions of clairvoyancy. It also covers a nice six month relationship, which shows off Anders' writing well. It's a fine thing when you see a new take on an old plot, and this story does that with some flair. It's a nice strong three stars, a story both sweet and thoughtful.