The Sky Is Dead
Publish date: April 17th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
You know, I just don't understand how Harry, oops I mean Jack didn't recognize his first great love. Uh, yeah.
I always enjoy Sue Brown's books. This was a well-written, as usual, and I enjoyed (if that's the right word) living in the shoes of a homeless kid for the length of these pages. It wasn't too angsty and dire, but real and moving and something I've really not spent much time thinking about. Danny...
So, this was good. Better actually than I exptected. It had some sweetness, without being too sappy. What helped here was that the story was told without too much drama - some tragic events of the past were only hinted at, not taken into the main focus. And it worked here! It helped also that bo...
4.5 stars. The touching story of gay 18 year old Danny, a down and out who lives in a London park. He defends 16 year old schoolboy Harry from a knife attack and they are drawn together from then on. Would have loved to award 5 stars but not quite there, lacks a certain realism somehow. The more m/m...
When I really, really like a book, I can overlook a lot. I can overlook plot holes. I can suspend reality. I can justify lame twists in the story. I can even forgive bad editing. I wanted very much to put “The Sky is Dead” into the category of “books I really, really like enough to forgive the rest...