Publish date: August 24th 2009
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 284
Edition language: English
Series: Dreamlands (#1)
It would have been absolutely terrific with more subtlety in the characterization and care in the general plot, but “Dreamlands” still managed to be an entertaining read whose best asset is its crossover-world building. Imagine...Take a fantasy yaoi in feudal Japan with slave fic vibes, but set i...
ASAP a full reviewJust some thoughts. I liked it. It's a dark fantasy (IMO), with monsters and most of all... A traumatized main characters (Keno). He can even be touch without trigger in him memories of something horrible that happen (I'm talking about rape). I liked it and I'm giving 4 stars beca...
I have a thing against m/m book set in Japan (much like my thing against M/M dealing with athlete, musicians - of the pop sort - and sometimes GFY stories)...Ah, well. We'll see how it goes.
I pretty much flew through the first half of this book. I loved the balance between the fairly dark storyline involving the Trust and Samojirou's attempts to win Keno's trust. I loved pretty much everything that went on in the Dreamlands: the way Tamazusa and Samojirou interacted, Keno getting used ...
I thought this book was very well developed. I loved how even though Samojirou didn’t have to, he still acted like a gentleman and allowed Keno to get used to him instead of just taking what he wanted from Keno. He allowed Keno to make his own decisions on whether they would be intimate and always u...