Apart from that, the only gay literature/movies I've seen were porn. One of my roommates was gay, and I frequently watched his videos with my other roommate (straight) while eating/brushing/resting.
Lol, I think that's a hint for you to leave them alone for a couple of hours while they do their thing.Trust me, no straight man watches gay porn just for the heck of it.....
Yeah, totally. I like the main character, the poor, shy, innocent country boy whose heart of gold will win Seregill eventually. But now it's like he's ruined.....a bit soiled. -_- I mean come on, you got raped by a sorceress that's probably 100 years old, whose also a slut that slept with the enemy, Thero, the actor, Nysander. EWW She slept with Nysander a lot, EWWWW What the hell. That's like sleeping with your grandpa's girlfriend. I have no idea what he is thinking, but I think any normal human being, at any time period, will probably stay in the shower for days.
Also.....It seems the Author intends to perhaps make him more like Seregill, in life style, moral principle [which is basically none regarding sex], and it's just a mirror image.
Whether he lost it or not to the Sorceress, he definitely slept with the prostitute that Seregil gave him. I mean what the hell....what kind of shitty brother-teacher-lover is Seregil? Yes, Alec is inexperienced so you won't tell him you love him, but you just shove him into a whore house?
Honestly, I am beginning to see why the antagonist is attacking him. They are just....morally, socially corrupted rich bastards. In their city, while most peasants are starving and living in trash and sewers, these rich bastards are enjoying themselves, having orgy and vising their "Light" district. I have no words...but I am slowly beginning to support the Necromancers return.
All in All, instead of using their wealth to save their own citizens from poverty, they choose to act posh and squander it all. I am pretty disappointed by the protagonist side.
I like to analyze the underlying theme of the book. Every book has that hidden theme. And I think the book's universe or world is portraying a revolution of the poor and unfortunate against the rich and powerful. Out of the three nation, two were given fertile and rich land while the third has a shitty place. Of course they will try to conquer the other land, DUHHH. They aren't violent, they just want to stop living in poverty while their two neighbor countries enjoy life, aristocratic style. Yet the author degrades this poor nation struggling to survive as a nation made of rapist, murderers, and evil worshiping a dead god. Maybe I'm thinking a little too much, but the author better have a god damn explanation for this in the end of 2nd and 3rd, 4th book.....
And oh yeas, I hate the fact that author try to pair up young boys with older man. Seregil is like 50 something in human life and Alec is 16 I think? That's statuary rape....the author better not be a member of NAMBLA.
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Gay book discussion thread
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this is not about cannibalism...please get back on topic
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I think it is exactly the topic. I see nothing wrong.