I want mentally ill characters and I don’t want them to be romanticized either.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
This book deals with different forms of rape and thoughts about consent issues. And I really like how it deals with it.
but you don’t drown in it. You do drown in the story – or at least I did.
Gray isn’t your usual bloodsucking, gorgeous vampire – instead he ‘lives’ in dead bodies and eats the souls of demons.
I don’t think I have closed a book as fast as this one before.
A girl can’t remember a year of her life and then strange things start happening… only, not really.
There is definitely some sort of danger vibe behind the story.
I nearly dnf-ed this book. But I read on and suddenly I was hooked.
This novella is makes a perfect read if you want some reading without having to think much.
The way he and Conny handle their language problems is very realistic and fun to read.