It is a review to an audio book.
THE BEST. THE VERY BEST OF JAMES LEAR.
MAYBE BECAUSE OF THE FABULOUS GREAT AMAZING NARRATOR!
Daniel Carter, I love you!
I spent the whole day yesterday and today listening to this book.
We have a long weekend in Germany and a nice autumn weather, a gold October day. We made a motorcycle tour today but I was a very bad companion for my husband.(Sorry, dear!) Because I was listening to this book and didn't communicate a lot. I went through all possible emotions sitting behind his back on our BMW and enjoying the beautiful scenery. Porn with tears? No, it is not a porn but it is James Lear and it is a very very very graphical and elaborate erotica, but I cried even, very quietly listening to the last chapter in the evening. Already at home.
I belong normally to those READERS who prefer to read my books. I had a period in my life when I listened to MANY audio books, but it was my time BEFORE my MM-obsession. This audio book made me to want more. I hope I will do it more often in the future.
I loved this book from the very first page word. From the very first sentence, from the very first SOUND of Daniel Carter's voice.
HE IS PERFECT. P-E-R-F-E-C-T!
HOW he did it, how he played the different roles, how he sounded, how he MADE the book LIVE and the characters BREATH! How he brought to life Paul Lemoyne! F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C!
As always - there are a lot of ALL KIND OF SEX. But sex is something that you can't ignore or that you HAVE TO enjoy if you pick up James Lear's books. Sex here is not to make a story more attractive, sex is the story. If you don't like a great and the best homo-eroticism the genre can give you, if you could very easily be annoyed by EXTREME SEX scenes- skip it. YOU HAVE TO LOVE GRAPHICAL SEX to love the book though it is not just sex. I love the writing of James Lear ENORMOUSLY. For me is he Nabokov of gay erotica.
Be prepared if you decide to read it: The memoirs of Paul Lemoyne, a male prostitute with ups and downs, set at the end of 1930s in London. HOT. POIGNANT. BRILLIANTLY WRITTEN. AND VERY PROVOCATIVE.
And this voice....OMG.