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    Didn't see what I had anticipated

    **I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review** **And It was an ARC so the feedback I give could change by the time the book is finalized and published** Thank you Netgalley and NineStar Press, LLC for letting me review this book!! Before Thoughts: This book falls under one of my guilty pleasure genres. LGBTQIA. Mainly the BL branch of it. I love me some good BL with that romance that makes me fill up with happiness and joy to see the characters experience such happiness and love for each other. And in this one I look forward to seeing the hurdles that these characters will overcome with each other. This one has to do with a guy who wanted to be a graphic novel/Comic book artist but became blind. And how he overcomes the loss of his sight with the help of his boyfriend. Review: Read on: 05/20/18 To be Published on: 05/21/18 Plot: This story is about Noah and Archer who are newlyweds. And it's about Noah succumbs to blindness and faces many hurdles to overcome it. Archer is trying his best to be there for Noah and really hopes that Noah succeeds with his comic. He gives feedback to help Noah have fun with it as well as to make the comic mean something for Noah and others. The setting is mostly in Amsterdam and it can focus on them trying to find their way around while visiting this city. Character(s): Noah: He was an artistic guy with a love for comics, computer games, etc. He even wanted to become a comic book artist, illustrator, or Game designer when he grew up. But because of Retinitis pigmentosa an eye disease that causes you to go blind if not treated immediately, he must now overcome a new hurdle to achieve his dream as a comic book artist, as well as overcome other hurdles for his relationship with Archer. Also he has a tendency to say the wrong word than what he means in a sentence. (But Archer corrects him about it) Archer: He took a while to open up to Noah, but once he did they at least came to more understanding with each other. He's into traveling, history, computer games, etc. He wants to help Noah succeed as much as he can, even if Noah wants to be stubborn with him. Final Thoughts: It was kind of slow paced. I didn't like seeing Noah get so whiny. Like I get that becoming blind can really suck especially when it interferes with whatever dream you wanted to achieve. But his whining was just so constant. And his whining made it harder for me to really sympathize with him. And I wish Archer was less distant as a character. The distant feel of him made him feel less and less like he actually had any chemistry or reason to be with Noah. So if you make a second book please put a bit of focus on Archer because I feel like his character needs a bit of attention. And the story lacks any major focus on their relationship or a major focus on the plot about Noah wanting to write a comic and adjust it to his blindness. It just teeters between them with hardly enough development to help back them up more. So what I'm saying is that this story has some interesting idea of what it wants to do when portraying a character overcoming a hurdle like blindness, but it is executed rather poorly. But the author is great with describing the layout of Amsterdam so points for that. I really wanted to like this since the idea was a good/interesting idea to look at. I wish I could've enjoyed it more. Recommends to: I don't know who I'd recommend it to. But I guess read it if you have time to kill. And read it if you're into the LGBTQIA genre. But if you added it to your list of TBR as far as its story goes I might put it at a more low to medium priority. Hope you enjoyed my review!! Thanks for reading!! ^_^ And go catch that good book!! ^_^ https://emthetiger7.wixsite.com/thatrandomcardcaptor
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    5 / 5

    I enjoyed reading this novel about the relationship between Noah and Archer. From the beginning you see the differences between the two but also underlying similarities and love. There is a lot of bickering between the two but always a lot of love.
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