The Wolf at War is an exhilarating, entertaining and enjoyable read.
Why does gay art – in every form – completely eclipse its’ timid, straight rival? Because – quite simply – it’s fuelled by overwhelming lust. From the lush, teeming criminality […]
Sixteen-year-old Simon’s life is turned upside down when his mother announces that she’s met and is marrying her new partner. ★ Brian, Simon’s future step-father is from Boston, USA. Brian […]
Seventeen-year-old Katie is in a state of turmoil.
★★★★★ | Jessica’s Ghost “Why, Francis wondered, should ‘being different’ be so painful? Why did it matter so much when, if you thought about it, everybody was different in one […]
Exposé is a triumph for first-time novelist Paul Ilett. Welcome to the world of news media, particularly the murky world of the tabloid: celebrity reporting, the relentless stalking of VIPS, […]
Looking for a steamy page-turner for your summer holidays? Jake Biondi’s Boystown series are proving to be popular with readers in the United States and Europe. Whether you’re sweltering in […]
★★★★★ | The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson I think it says a lot about me as an individual that my attention span in these social media days […]
Before I review this book I must declare a bias, I know the author. Geoffrey Hooper is a 75 year-old gay man that lives in the same village as Andy […]
If your first love came back to offer you everything you ever dreamed of, what would you do? ★★★ Hannah is thirty-eight and the happily married mother of eleven-year-old Luke. […]
Coming out is still a huge deal. No matter how many people cry out, “it’s 2015, why does this matter anymore?” It does. The stress and worry surrounding sexuality and […]