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review 2015-11-12 00:00
Yes - Brad Boney I just love Brad Boney's universe. I have read all the books and they all involve a bit of magic and other/alternate lives and it's so cool. He is big on trivia and fun facts as well. This book had a heavy discussion on the history of gay porn as well as a game of Trivial Pursuit, Jeopardy style. I really enjoyed it and hope to read more in this universe in the future.
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review 2015-07-27 05:30
I Almost Missed This One
The Nothingness of Ben - Brad Boney

Why didn't anyone of my book buddies ever tell me to hurry up and read The Nothingness of Ben? I've owned this book for two years and never heard a word about it. Well bad on me!
This is the story of Ben and his three brothers after the sudden death of their parents. The way they come together and connect over a healthy period of time. Travis is the neighbor who touches each one of their hearts. Brad Boney did an amazing job taking his time flushing the characters out and letting the story unfold beautifully without rushing.
The sex scenes were written with a strong voice that had a more realistic, edgier feel then most of the books I've read in this genre, he created plenty of passion and heat that never got boring.
I'd love to read something this satisfying at least once a month. Please, please...

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review 2015-03-12 00:00
The Eskimo Slugger
The Eskimo Slugger - Brad Boney I just love the connection this book has with the other two: The Return and The Nothingness of Ben. I read The Nothingness of Ben first. Then stumbled on The Return not knowing they were connected until I read the book. But I fell in love with the whole concept. When I discovered that The Eskimo Slugger was the missing piece of the story, I had to read it. I'm a bit torn, though. I sort of wish I had read this one first. But in a way, I'm glad I was able to read it last. I already knew how the story would end, so it was good to see how and where it all started. I just wish there was more.
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review 2015-02-07 00:00
The Eskimo Slugger
The Eskimo Slugger - Brad Boney You have to read [b:The Nothingness of Ben|18460285|The Nothingness of Ben|Brad Boney|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1378438194s/18460285.jpg|21920750] and [b:The Return|21901994|The Return|Brad Boney|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1397423794s/21901994.jpg|25320532] to truly appreciate The Eskimo Slugger. Knowing where it was going caused tears more than once, but it was worth it to know how Trent and Brendan met and fell in love. Plus the interlocking of the lives and characters was absolutely beautiful. I cannot recommend this trio of books enough! And you have to read them in the proper order to get the full impact.
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review 2014-10-02 00:00
The Eskimo Slugger
The Eskimo Slugger - Brad Boney Toda la onda new age, almas predestinadas a estar juntas, alineación de planetas, intervenciones de fuerzas "mágicas" para explicar la puesta en acción de los personajes, reencarnaciones y tufillo religioso tapado por un muy poco verosímil planteo pseudo filosófico definitivamente no va conmigo. Se veía venir la cosa desde el principio, pero me dio curiosidad ver cuánto podía su autor disimular su bajada de línea catolicona. Es un libro solo para quienes sienten o piensan en la misma sintonía. Para mí fue ridículo, absurdo, irritante. Hasta el final, donde terminó de derrapar por el barranco. Una estrellita, dice GR, quiere decir "did not like it". I did not like it at all.
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