- File Size: 2443 KB
- Print Length: 205 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Rubicon Fiction (November 26, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017I8WJP0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #396,655 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lines on the Mirror Kindle Edition
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This is a wonderfully written story it is full of drama, passion, suspense, love and beautiful sex scenes. I like sex scenes in a book when they blend well with the story and not just dropped in as an afterthought or specifically to titillate or plopped in for shock value. Those scenes blend in so well with this beautiful story.
Lines in the Mirror had my heart pounding throughout the whole book. It is riveting. Martin as well as the other characters are three dimensional. I love stories about fragmented people, particularly those that demonstrate the lengths that people will or will not extend to bring change.
I am usually not a big fan of books written in first person but the author really pulls it off. I found those moments of self-doubt, and overthinking things very natural and not tedious to read. For anyone who has had a brush with a self-destructive chapter in their lives or know someone who has, this book will ring very true.
If I am giving the impression that this is a depressing book in the flavor of a Tennessee Williams, or William Igne play I assure that it isn’t; though I love those. It is just a real peek into the lives of some very real people. Lastly for those who like happy endings they will not be disappointed. I read this book in two days I could not put it down.
I knew someone like Martin so I totally identified with the character a lot and I loved how strong Daltrey was, giving in to Martin would have only hurt their relationship in the long run. There is a lot of drama and sex in the book (which I love). I was totally sucked in and spent a few late nights unable to put the book down because I knew I would toss and turn until I found out what was going to happen. I would definitely recommend this.
There were parts, a lot of, that gutted me. Martin is the MC of this story, and he's a mess and a half. His whole entire life he's been being his father's shadow. Done what he wanted, became what he wanted. He never really did a thing for himself. Then he meets his new neighbors and at first I was like, "Oh these people are cool. They will help him see the world more relaxed." Nope. Well, they did show him things. Sex, drugs, and rock and roll kinds of things. A dangerous path they put him on (Yes that's Yoda) I kept reading it and thought, holy peer pressure! I mean we all have been there. Done what the cool kids want just to be needed, adored, loved. Something very much lacking in Martin's life. Then comes the old flame, Daltry. That's when things shift. Martin's in a deep dark place and Daltry is a light he desperately needs and now Martin needs to choose Daltry or the dangerous road he's currently driving out of control on. This is a twisty, dark story but it's well written and it has a very powerful message. I recommend it for sure.
This story is unique and written in such a manner that you are sucked in instantly and you feel yourself falling along with Martin. The characters feel real with depth made into our protagonist. The intimate scenes are written with plenty of steam. And the interactions between the various characters felt authentic.