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But I just couldn’t get into this, maybe it’s just the book color the beginning but it’s really boring and un-interesting and the main character falwe No library descriptions found.
The villain of the story is really Homophobia and the Code of Conduct in His Majesty’s Fleet or whatever it was called. The writing is – Beautiful Brutal Historic and factual – I want realistic writing.
It was a pleasure to have my reader sympathies turned so expertly and with such lasting effect — Farrant quickly became one of my favourite minor characters and stayed that way. Don’t wait until you think you’re perfect, because that might be never.
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False Colors by Alex Beecroft
While it would have been easy for her to establish a convention that homosexuality, while officially condemned, was unofficially condoned and a fact coloes life — a sort of proto don’t-ask-don’t-tell — her romance in fact unfolds in a harsh and unforgiving culture where it is viewed with disgust and punished by death.
But I’ll keep this one because this is where all the cool people are. I should definitely pick it up again. These guys on colros cover look like 21st century dreamboats dressed for a costume party.
He doesn’t recognize or know what to do with moments of attraction. Despite the subject matter, there was a hopeful feel to the decency of the main character that stopped it from being unbearably bleak.
The lack of communication, exacerbated by separations, seemed right in the end. I bought this book over a year ago and was only recently able to bring myself to read it. Alex wants to read Packing for Mars: The main characters face not just disgrace but execution if their affection for each other is found out, but plenty of other events will try to kill them too. Ooh yes, FC is hugely readable. There are romantic elements throughout the story but if you’re looking for some hot sexy men getting it on, then look elsewhere.
This book would have gotten 5 flse from me if I were more into the sailing history part of the book. All are present in this book and beecrort is explored beautifully.
False Colors by Alex Beecroft | Vulpes Libris
Breathing in, he sighed, the spring of his anger easing enough to allow thought. Beecroft also understands the socio-political structure and mores of the Eighteenth Century navy. Navigating Indieworld Discussing All Things Indie — members — last activity 11 hours, 6 min ago A group for indie writers that want help writing and marketing their book.
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She includes enough detail about various settings to create a pict Sad at times, but definitely well written Warning: Vulpes Libris wants to savelibraries! But when he returns to their rooms, Alfie is gone.
Some of his anger wound its way into his voice, making it snap like the cat, and the more alert members of the crew stood straighter by the end of it. This book does not shy from any of the harsh realities of life at sea in —nor does it dance around the heart of the problem that the protagonists have: Do publishers really think we like them?
Boy is confused, intrigued by boy, boy and boy fight because they are both pigheaded and dumb and don’t know how to communicate.
This is my second Alex Beecroft book, the first being Blessed Isle.