The Time of the Singing
Publish date: November 11th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Pages no: 195
Edition language: English
It’s strange to know someone who knows the darkness in him, and is not repulsed by it. I have grown up. When years ago I read Ragana un lietus where one of main heroines have love affair with priest I was shocked and scandalised. Now I understand that priests are humans too. Life is complex. This is...
This book is really hard for me to rate. The stars are mostly given for two reasons.1.)Israfel's struggle to understand and come to terms with himself and his role as a priest was well done. I believed in his anguish and confusion. I could envision him praying desperately for guidence, a sign, some ...
I'm going to forgo the ratings this time, and just write my thoughts on this book.This book had an identity crisis, or at least that is what it felt like to me. I know that given the premise there must have been a point to be made. I just either didn't see it, or just didn't get it.I'll explain. Isr...
4.75 rounded up to 5. An intense read; a full 4-courses menu rather than a snack. First of all, a warning: this book features a twenty-nine-year old character having on-page sex with a seventeen-year-old. It’s totally consensual and tastefully done but it’s also graphic and detailed. Readers who ar...
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