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Book Title: That's What Brothers Do|
The author of the book: Derekica Snake
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Date of issue: February 14th 2009
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DNF at 26%
What the coño is this shit? If you complain about Mr. Grey DO NOT touch this book! This is Ebola for you!!!
Because, really. Wilber is an asshole. But Brant has no personality at all.
The synopsis says nothing of the story. It's mysterious at best. I began the book thinking it was about prostitution and I was right. But I kept reading and reading and the other MC didn't enter the scene. Then I was aware who the hero was. And it was a mind-blowing moment but no the good one. This relationship is sick and disgusting. The book is sick and disgusting. That's not enough to quit but the writing is so caricature like I can't put up with it anymore. Too ridiculous and drama llama for me. Pretentious and absurd.
This is leaking like a sieve.
I'll tell what happens in the part I read.
1. The characters are unlikeable. All of them. We have a fourteen-year-old whose sisters are in danger of being exploited in prostitution, so he decides to offer himself in their place because "That's What Brothers Do". After years and years of prostitution, he falls for his owner, Wilber, which surprise surprise, LOVES him! Oh yeah, he loves him so much he lets Brant to be fucked again and again every night and then he takes advantage of it and finishes the business day and lets Brant come (because Brant can only come when Wilber touches him lalala). So romantic, all of this.
Wilber cares for Brant but he hurts him in every way possible. He controls Brant and when and by whom he is fucked, what he eats, how and how long he makes exercise, how to have his hair... He is driven to the doctor but the doctor is punished when he explores Brant. It seems Brant can't make any kind of decision without his command. He is even taken to university to be educated as Wilder wishes. He is a Bratz to be put clothes on as you please, and you can even pull his feet off if you feel like it. But not because he's a submissive. But because he has no character in him. He's a lettuce, I tell you.
This is Brant:
I'm sure he uses velcro in shoes, because he is too silly to use laces.
So yeah, it was quite exciting to read about him being pushed around.
2. His abuse is drama-drama-drama. It induces eye rolling all the way. The poor Brant who sacrificed himself for his sisters. The poor Brant who was used in porn and sex slavery for years. The poor Brant who is such a martyr! The poor Brant who accepts being a sex slave for Wilber only after he finishes his debt at last! No, poor Brant no, stupid Brant is better defined.
3. The premise is good, the idea sounds awesome. I know it's dub-con or even non-con. I know moral compasses are broken. I've read great books with psychos and assassins and the like and I loved them. So the problem here was not the restriction of freedom and the pain. The problem is that it was just so ridiculous and cartoon like I couldn't believe it all. In fact, I wanted to laugh because it's so exaggerated and forced I was unquestionably wasting my time. If I want to read a Tarantino style book, it better be awesome. I'm very trained in having a poker face. But here? It melted.
So DNF it is.
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Read information about the authorGreetings, gentle readers. My name is Derekica Snake aka kiix. This is the part where I write about myself. It is harder than it looks. It is so much easier to write about fictional characters…hummm. Wait. I have a light blub moment.
On a dark and quiet evening in the month of April, a little girl child came into the world in St. Joesph General Hospital. Upon seeing the little girl with the little curl in the middle of her forehead, the father was heard to remark…why does she have red hair? At that moment I’ve been known as the milkman’s kid, oops, I meant she’s been known as the milkman’s kid. See, this is why I write in first person. If it works for you, stick with it.
My favorite book was “Green eggs and ham”. Apparently my mother got so annoyed with me reciting it that it accidently on purpose got tossed out the window of a moving car. So I guess I started writing my own stories once I was taught to print. I’ve always loved writing fiction. In elementary and secondary school we were required to keep a journal. I didn’t want to. I love to write but not about myself. I just wrote little ideas down and handed them in. I graduated so I guess it was good.
I thought I was in deep fascination with a boy in grade seven who was very into Star Trek. I had no clue what he was talking about so I started learning about Star Trek and now it was what was his name? Sci-fi segued into Fantasy and from there I never looked back. I was a big Star Wars geek (pre-episode 1) and wrote pastiche Han Solo adventures as a teenager.
My writing began to lean towards my current selection of offerings. I initially was a little distressed. I thought I was off – way off. I was uncomfortable with the content and toned it down or cut it out completely on second draft attempts. However, it kept cropping back up and I thought I was going to have to pull my hair out to make it stop but then…on May 6, 2006 at 9:15 a.m. I discovered “Ai No Kusabi” on youtube.
That was also the same time that I realized that what I had been writing and hiding away for years had a name. Yaoi. If it had a name others were reading and writing it so I wasn’t the lone pervert out in the world. I took my hands out of my hair and put my fingers on the keyboard and embraced the world of Yaoi.
It only took me six months to figure out how to start posting stories on the Internet on www.adultfanfiction.net. It wasn’t long before I moved from writing AnK fan fiction to posting my own original Yaoi writing under the pseudonym kiix.
I started writing daily. I found a continuing education course on Professional Creative Writing in a local city and started taking courses. There were some tips and facts that were good but the social networking was the key. It was after this that I started actively exploring getting my works published. That expensive piece of paper honed my confidence enough to start sending out queries and posting my first drafts right to the net.
While I had to pony up time and money to self publish once the rejection e-mails came in, I didn’t mind. I think it was the start of something good. I think? I know it was the start of something good.
Welcome to my version of the world of Yaoi. I look forward to leaving my touch in your mind.
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