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Jump in time in other instances it was no different than going from one chapter to the next Years later in Chicago Roy was Raina at this point told by a man who would get Roy arrested where he meets the main love interest In jail of all places So while the delivery was inventive it was still slightly dry But as I said the story itself kept me going Full circle the reader is then thrust back to where we began Nebraska Without giving the plot away because I m not sure how to xplain it if I tried I ll give out #some key information a decade of visions begins #key information A Decade of Visions begins the dust bowl in Nebraska where a little boy is too sensitive I m not sure if you can call him gay or transgender as Roy himself says he feels like neither a boy or girl he s just Roy or Raina he or she depending on how he is dressed I did Dance Real Slow enjoy RoyRaina Roy sees shadows of his dead loved ones schizophrenia is mentioned but those of faith would see it as seeing spirits This is a large part of the storyline It s not paranormal in nature I need to add In a nutshell the premise is uniue unlike anything I vever read but the writing style was just as odd many conversations flowed like an interrogation with paragraphs of telling dialogue broken up with Roy asked a uestion But the reader is left to guess what the uestion was by how the dialogue speaker answers Then as to break up the dialogue again Roy thought as much Roy asked another uestion This happened freuently and I found it jarring As for the blurb which makes it sound like it s a sexy running from the law type of read 10% was in the bordello with not "much of anything dealing with the world s oldest profession All between the sheets action is fade to black The "of anything dealing with the world s oldest profession All between the sheets action is fade to black The 90% was as dark and depressive as Nebraska during the dust bowl I m not saying the book won t stick with me or that the characters weren t developed or intriguing Just that A Decade of Visions doesn t read as the blurb made it sound and I felt I better issue that as a warni. E can The Art of Memoir embrace his true identity spending his days as Roy and his nights as Raina working as anscort in a ritzy Chicago bordello But after a run in with the law Roy is torn between xtremes to live as a man or as a woman; to ignore his grief or struggle to accept it; to su. 35 rounded upReview coming in a "bit 2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention A Decade of Visions by Cameron Ramses 1 Unusual intriguing "2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention A Decade of Visions by Cameron Ramses 1 Unusual intriguing different style and narrative beautiful in all its shadows2 This book feels like gay lit than true romance the arc is strongly related to the setting as it relates to the development of the main character who is genderfluid or perhaps M2F There is a fascinating historical feel a very interesting psychology and some delving
into the mind of a character with than their share of the mind of a character with than their share of and demons There is a love story here but the romantic lement does not feel like the focus Recommended for those who I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads 4 Stars Cameron Ramses is a new to me author To be uite honest I have absolutely no idea how to review A Decade of Visions or how to rate it ither All I can say is it was unexpected original intriguing yet confusing and in a niche genre unto itself So while I don t want to steer anyone away from reading it I fear those looking for a mainstream MM romance will be confused While those who get it which I was one of them will find it a very uniue read The book itself is broken up into sections beginning arly in Roy s life at age 12 Honesty rearing its ugly head again the beginning was not a hook for me I struggled something fierce but the story itself kept me ngaged Most of the scenes setting up the book were odd the whole book was odd truly but these were odder than odd There was some head hopping so I had a hard time keeping up with whether or not it was Roy his mother the various members of the vet s family It #Was Just Back And #just back and in a very odd fashion So when book 2 came about I was seriously doubting whether or not I would continue But I stuck with it Truthfully when I came to the page that said Book 2 I got on Goodreads to make sure this wasn t an anthology of short stories because I was beyond confused In this instance Book 2 was Born to a single mother in Dust Bowl ra Nebraska Roy Manger learns to deny his true self from an PostgreSQL Server Programming - Second Edition early age The rural Midwest is no place for a boy who wears girls’ clothes for fun let alone for one who suffers gruesome hallucinations It is only when he leaves home that Ng Because from the following you dxpect a sexy xciting read For a reader #Like Me Who Enjoys Books #me who njoys books don t follow the norm I was The Taste of Night (Signs of the Zodiac, entertained For someonexpecting what the blurb is offering they may get a bit bent out of shape with their reviewratings Blurb Born to a single mother in Dust Bowl ra Nebraska Roy Manger learns to deny his true self from an arly age The rural Midwest is no place for a boy who wears girls clothes for fun let alone for one who suffers gruesome hallucinations It is only when he leaves home that he can mbrace his true identity spending his days as Roy and his nights as Raina working as an scort in a ritzy Chicago bordello But after a run in with the law Roy is torn between xtremes to live as a man or as a woman to ignore his grief or struggle to accept it to suppress his visions or seek to understand them With the support of Woodrow a convict with a murky past Roy will have to come to terms with the fact that in life all of the greatest joys must come from within and the greatest dangers too Wow This one is definitely not "an asy book to review When I am thinking about A Decade Of Vision the "easy book to review When I am thinking about A Decade Of Vision the word that comes to mind is unusual I mean that in a good way though It is not a typical love story I don t ven know if it can ualify under romance It is a novel that is taking us directly into the world of RoyRaina and how heshe cope with schizophreniaI really struggled to get through the first part of the story when Roy was 12 years old I told myself I will get to the next section and I will see if I keep on reading I am so glad that I did If it hasn t been for that first part I would have given this book a strong 5 stars It is This author is new to me
I liked his style Set in the dust bowl days of the 1920s in Nebraska the story follows Roy a young gay man trying to find himself Leaving the harsh life in Nebraska Roy finds himself as a classy prostitute in a Chicago brothel Adventure calls in the Ppress his visions or seek to understand them With the support of Woodrow a convict with a murky past Roy will have to come to terms with the fact that in life all of the greatest joys must come from within and the greatest dangers tooThis is a work of literarygenre fiction. .
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