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The Braille Club (The Braille Club Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 2 in The Braille Club Series (2 Book Series)
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Once the book is opened, we are carried away into a world which is both tantalising and fascinating. We are taken down corridors of human experience, all unlocked by keys. This is a journey that is both exhilarating, and thought provoking.There is nothing more interesting than the sort of book that makes you want to go to the next page quickly....and that is the secret of this book. It simply makes you want to find out more. The pace is just right, as we race through experiences which are both dazzling, and also surprising- yet, 'The Braille Club' has real depth to it.
'The Braille Club is like any exclusive set', the writer suggests, and in many ways this sets the tone for the novel. It reminded me of ' The Great Gatsby' on some levels- a journey into a form of hedonism, and into a way of life so intriguing that only few venture into- there was a rollercoaster ride on offer from start to finish. This is a world where those who dare, try to win and it is an interesting exploration of the themes of masculinity and femininity. It is a world where being bold is a character trait which is welcomed, as secrets are unlocked.
The novel is pure dynamite in terms of having an explosive presence, which makes it a 'must read' type of novel. I wanted to read more and more when I had finished it, and I am looking forward to the sequel if there is one!
Brilliantly written, you feel that you are part of the action, as the author takes you down a route which simply blows away the imagination.Read more ›
The premise is a good one, and is the reason why I bought the book. However, the author jumps around between the past and the present in every chapter. In addition, you have to follow the subplots of at least half a dozen different characters, all of whom have some part in the overall storyline. The story bounces around between all of the character's points-of-view, making it difficult to keep track of who is the focus of any given chapter and just where along the story's timeline the character is at. The author could also benefit from a good editor. There were several times that the story bounced between the past and the present far too abruptly, without any transition between one paragraph and the next. And not only was the dialogue between the characters nearly always stiff and unbelievable, but the emotional range of the character's was also too abrupt to be realistic.
There is just too much going on here and it detracts from what could be a great story. There probably should be at least three separate books, covering the main character couples, their lives and their connection to the central plot line.
This is also a cliffhanger. The storylines for a couple of the characters comes to a close (although too abruptly, leaving a forced feeling to their endings), but you are left with a completely unsatisfactory cliffhanger ending for the main couple, Benedict and Sienna.Read more ›
The club format allows the author to explore the role of sex, love, and power in several different relationships. For one couple, the Braille Club experience reignites the spark in their marriage. For others, it proves far more complicated.
The story’s wealth is that complexity. Good sex can improve a relationship but it can’t save a bad one. And sometimes, what seems so right in the heat of the moment looks very wrong later on.
And it brings up interesting questions about power and control, especially when two men vie for the sexual favors of – and effective control over - the same woman. Throughout the animal world, you can find examples of males competing for females, but usually the loser slinks away, presumably to lick his wounds and try again another day. In The Braille Club, the rejected lover is driven to the flip side of love: vengeance and violence.
The most interesting question the book raises is the link between sexual passion and genuine concern for the partner. While I think some do “fool around and fall in love,” others just fool around. But the book suggests that passion often leads to love.
This is a very interesting read: part drama, part romance, part thriller. It’s well-crafted and carefully paced. The only problem is the unsolved question at the end of the book. I guess I’ll have to wait for the second installment!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you have read many of my reviews, you will know that I enjoy a good romance. I don't mind too much if they're adult content. And this book looked right up my street. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jo for A British Bookworm's Blog
I could not put it down emotional sexy passionate intense I was sucked in to the book as if I was there I was riveted in the story Seira and Benedict especially, a must readPublished 17 days ago by Julia DeLapp
This is the first time I have read any of this authors work, and it will not be the last. This is a well written and fascinating story. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Wendy Livingstone
I, for some time, wanted to have read this series and when an opportunity arose I did not hesitate. I was very happy to have the chance to read this series and every word I read... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Ana Rita Clemente
Ok...so from the very begining i knew there was book two, so I knew i was going to be up for a cliff hanger of some sort. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Book Buzz
I’m not sure what exactly I have just read but I have to say it is probably one of the most interesting books that I have read lately. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Books Laid Bare & Books Laid Bare Boys
You enter an opulent room filled with other guests and are handed a blindfold. You are instructed to not remove the covering until you are told to. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A Kiss at Midnight-Kelsey
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This is the first time that i have read from this author and wont be the last and i cant wait for book 2... Read more
How much control do you have? This book let you see what it takes the couples to have to go through to what controls they do and don't have, to rediscover themselves. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shasta C Sonnabend