The G. Review: The Aberration of Starlight  

talemaker8 56M/56F
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7/9/2006 6:14 pm

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11/14/2006 10:23 pm

The G. Review: The Aberration of Starlight

This is a wonderful book. If I must use one word to describe this book, it would be intense. The story is told from four different points of view: a boy, his mother, his grandfather, and his mother's new boyfriend's. It is not until the reader is a certain distance into the book, that he/she realizes that the story is moving back in time. And all the people whom you might have developed an affection for, you begin to dislike. What I liked most about this book, is how it allows the reader to choice sides. The author does not force the reader to pick between right or wrong, or good or bad deeds, but puts the reader in the position where the choices made are of the reader's own free-will. Apperances are deciving, and it helps to make this tale almost sad. But there is too much self-rightousness, self-centerness, self-conciousness, and just plain selfishness for it to be a sad story. Most of all this is a story about family and all the secerts and bitterness that come with that.

On the G scale, this book gets GGGGs

The scene in the book when she is jacking off her boyfriend is hot.


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