Summary Locomotives in Winter ✓ eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF

review Locomotives in Winter

Summary Locomotives in Winter ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Hunter a high school senior finds himself with no place to go and ends up sharing a bed with the friend and classmate he once had abandoned Brandon who has been in love with Hunter since ninth grade finds having Hunter in his bed every night leads to some surprFter graduating the two boys part Years later Brandon receives an unexpected call from Hunter who has been married twice and has a son Now he's come to realize Brandon was always the love of his life Hartwell charts the lives of not only Brandon and Hunter but their. This book wasodd I really cannot make my mind up about it Some parts I enjoyed especially the beginning when the characters were in high school but the plot seemed to veer about a lot and I wasn't particularly taken with the charactersOverall it was an interesting read but I was unmoved throughout most of the story and the characters never really came alive on the page for meFull review to follow

Free read ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Luke Hartwell

Hunter a high school senior finds himself with no place to go and ends up sharing a bed with the friend and classmate he once had abandoned Brandon who has been in love with Hunter since ninth grade finds having Hunter in his bed every night leads to some surprises A. Foreword WTF have I just readOne part of me try to understand and find an explanation and the other part is speechless I am torn between my obsession for the writing style of Luke Hartwell and his ingenious skills to piss me off turn the story in a totally WRONG direction This book deserves every possibly existing rating from 1 to 5 stars And it is not something totally unexpected about the books of this author THE WRITING It is uniue in style and voice It is intimate and erotic It is of a very high literary uality It is different provocative powerful without any rules and schemas straightforward and delightfully goodLocomotives in Winter is also different comparing to the other books of Luke Hartwell I have already read Having been written in a dialogue form it appears very vivid and realistic We learn about the MCs about their past their present and their plans for the mutual future mostly out of their conversations with each other There is a kind of a theatre play in this form of telling The Plot The book consists of 3 parts I ADORE the first part I am conflicted over the second part I HATE the third part The last part is a 1 star rating for me And I'm still thinking WTF happened thereThe author needed the 23 of the book to convince us how great were the two MCs TOGETHER how wonderful that they found each other after so many years apart how strong and unbreakable was their lovein order to ruin everything in the last part Suddenly everything that was essential and important in the first two parts became meaningless and not relevant Inclusive the most important people They were deleted from the last pages like annoying and disturbing factors And it happened with a very weak explanation that was not convincing at all I really tried to understand the motives of the author for this sudden change in the story I really really tried But I couldn't buy it Sorry Was it just about that PS I have to mention that I've swallowed this book in one sitting I stayed awake through the night Yeah because I was not able to put it aside Actuallyit is a sign for a great book for me

Luke Hartwell õ 8 Summary

Locomotives in WinterFriends Case Jorge and Scott as well Readers also come to know Hunter’s son Ben and Case’s son Taylor who are best friends With chapter titles like “Scott’s Navel Revisited” Hartwell’s new novel provides fifty six engaging chapters of love sex and intrigu. I love each of Hartwell's books for different reasons but the writing style is always a reason I like them and this book is no exception The story is told mostly through dialogue like some of Hemingway's books Among the cast of characters I really enjoyed the chapters on Taylor the kid who grows up to be a famous athlete Hartwell really does some brave things with that character and I loved every sweet but controversial line One thing I've noticed about Hartwell is he almost never portrays any character as totally good which mirrors my own experience of people Instead he shows us their interior in such a way that anyone with a generous spirit and loving heart can see the good in them and see what makes them tick the same way we have to be forgiving of our friends if we want to have any friends Hartwell always impresses me with the way he uses sex to reveal insights into the human soul As always very graphic and very thought provoking There's also something literary going on with that Whitman poem from which the book gets its title I really love this author and can't wait for the next book