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Mikey and the Chickadee By Kid Boise,

  • Title: Mikey and the Chickadee
  • Author: Kid Boise
  • ISBN: 9780692629765
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • Every day, the same city bus Every day, the same stunning man, riding alongside you He seems to notice you You could swear something s there it almost feels as if he s reaching out Then, one fine day, you re given the chance of a lifetime a opportunity to finally strike up a conversation Do you take it Wyatt does And he s thrust into a beautiful, violent, emEvery day, the same city bus Every day, the same stunning man, riding alongside you He seems to notice you You could swear something s there it almost feels as if he s reaching out Then, one fine day, you re given the chance of a lifetime a opportunity to finally strike up a conversation Do you take it Wyatt does And he s thrust into a beautiful, violent, emotionally charged journey than he ever could have expected Only time will tell if his new bond with this beautiful boy can weather the tumult and confusion that accompany early adulthood Mikey said things in a way that invoked visions of us spending time together in the future I considered this while I watched the sun set out my window Beyond houses, buildings and occasional fields, all of it racing by, I caught flickers of open water and the far off levee holding it at bay The next few miles were peppered with conversation borne, still, out of an inscrutable dose of caution and unfamiliarity How does one coax something from a void What kind of enigmatic force conjures a friendship between strangers How fragile those first times together must be, yet with so much depending on them For one covert second, I swelled with sadness, not just because a continued relationship with this beautifully unchained boy was so improbable, but for the tragedy of all friendships that died in infancy.
    Mikey and the Chickadee Every day the same city bus Every day the same stunning man riding alongside you He seems to notice you You could swear something s there it almost feels as if he s reaching out Then one fine day

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    1. so like where the hell do i find this book UPDATE bought it on kindle read it new kind of genre to me like it EDIT i feel like i should give a proper review firstly because i almost broke my laptop trying to find this book i want a paperback but as a poor poor student i cant find a reason to spend so much money on a physical copy yet plus i didnt think i can wait for a few days for the book to arrive so i chose to buy the kindle edition and then my internet connection was freaking slow on that d [...]

    2. Mikey and the ChickadeeBy Kid BoiseBoise Urban Publishing Company, 2016Cover by Jessalynn TranISBN 9780692629765Four starsThis is a first novel by a young writer who describes himself as not having settled down yet, and whose pen name is descriptive than anything I hope he ll use his real name someday, because there s something here.Wyatt is a blonde boy who grew up in a predominantly Asian neighborhood in Vancouver Right out of university, and after his one summer of European travel with his t [...]

    3. I got this book from giveaway a while back Mikey and the Chickadee is the first MM book that I read and finished I enjoyed reading it than I though Mikey and Wyatt seem like a real person in my head And then how their story grows is slow but sure It s not just about romance, it s about accepting yourself whatever you are It s about letting your heart lead your way.

    4. Although I had some serious issues with this book, overall I came to enjoy the characters and their story.I found it difficult to really get into this The language is stilted and confusing at times I decided to push through until at least the half way mark and then decide if I wanted to keep reading it It was at about exactly half way through that I finally found myself engaged with Wyatt and Mikey s story I think in part the writing style improved, but I think it was that my interest in the st [...]

    5. This book was quite different from other I read In a way it was very clinical and the tone a bit stern or prosaic But I wouldn t say the book was bad, on the contrary, it was an interesting book with themes I really fell connected with e.g the job thing Also I was well entertained by Mikey and Wyatt A note for other readers it s a bit weird that the title is Mikey and the Chickadee when the main character s name Wyatt is and the person who narrates is called Mikey.I really liked the cultural div [...]

    6. I received a free copy via Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.I didn t know what to expect from this novel The blurb really says very little about the plot, so I went in without a whole lot of context That ended up being perfectly fine This is not a book with a whole lot of action or tension It s a slow bloom strangers to friends to lovers that quietly contemplates the process of falling in love.This is not a traditional romance it s almost analytical Wyatt, the first person na [...]

    7. Thought I would bother to write a quick review for this, since I saw a couple lukewarm ones show up I never write reviews but feel pretty strongly about it Was very moved by this book, and I don t want people to get a bad impression of it from one or two off reviews, because it is truly so good in my opinion I feel like I ve been waiting a long time for a kind of intense, analytical work of gay fiction like this to show up, that is still a traditional romance Strong characterization and just all [...]

    8. I fell in love with this book just from reading 3 pages By page 7, I totally knew that I was head over heels with the way the author picked the words, wove them and construct the stories The prose is beautiful, and I just couldn t stop reading it and though I was afraid about the ending yeah, I m not a fans of an open ending in the end, I sighed and told myself Why this book has to end Can I have another 300 pages of it Oh, and a book mentioning Katharine Hepburn, Bette Davis, plus Belle Sebasti [...]

    9. So romantice self doubt Wyatt experiences is captured perfectly I just finished the book I really didn t want to read the last chapter because didn t want it to end I also feared Wyatt and Mikey would go their separate ways It was so nice to read a gay novel with a happy ending as well as characters who weren t super funny or campy or over the top flamboyant I really appreciated the subtlety of both characters and their slow development through the story I cannot wait to read his next book

    10. This was a really nice read I particularly enjoyed the very realistic slice of life aspect to it as well as how much communication was emphasized as mandatory for a healthy relationship of any kind It did however feel to me like most of the middle part of the book dragged on for too long, while the d nouement was crammed in the couple chapters at the end, which made the pacing a little awkward.

    11. A really sweet, intensely satisfying read Although a simple story, it was still well crafted able to deliver an emotional punch I enjoyed both MCs so much, they were so well drawn their burgeoning friendship just beautiful to watch unfold I didn t feel ready to leave them when the book ended.

    12. I liked it a lot It s different, it feels very real, Mikey and Wyatt are very nice young people Also I like how there s nothing to add to the story, it s complete and the ending made me smile A kind of book without much drama to read on a rainy day to feel good about people in general.

    13. Very much enjoyed this story of self discovery At some point I ll come back and write a thorough review, but for now I enjoyed it, and I d happily read other stuff from this author.

    14. The writing felt a bit uneven Sometimes the spare prose and the turns of phrase were really lovely, but other times it fell flat And none of this was helped by the fact that I didn t like Wyatt, partly because he s a little disingenuous, and partly because I have strong personal feelings about following through on your obligations.

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