Do Not Feed the Platypus Please

Do Not Feed the Platypus Please Marcial was everything that Carsten had desired handsome young serious helpful and kind A real Spanish little Elf His only drawback The ravenous platypus living with him the Georgian mobster decid

  • Title: Do Not Feed the Platypus Please
  • Author: Tionne Rogers
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Marcial was everything that Carsten had desired handsome, young, serious, helpful and kind A real Spanish little Elf His only drawback The ravenous platypus living with him, the Georgian mobster decided to turn Marcial into his new boyfriend and Pelayo, his meddlesome childhood friend For the hyper rational middle aged programmer nothing makes sense any longer as heMarcial was everything that Carsten had desired handsome, young, serious, helpful and kind A real Spanish little Elf His only drawback The ravenous platypus living with him, the Georgian mobster decided to turn Marcial into his new boyfriend and Pelayo, his meddlesome childhood friend For the hyper rational middle aged programmer nothing makes sense any longer as he finds himself plunged into a world where reality and fantasy merge and sanity is scarce.Fantasy Homoerotic content.

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    1. Another yaoi-inflected story of a sweet, naive guy getting bossed around and manipulated by various domineering personalities. I found it addictive and in many ways a tighter, more enjoyable read than The Substitute, but it is not without its problems. The story bears some resemblance to one of my favorite books, Ethan, Who Loved Carter, in that the hero, Marcial, has been brain-damaged in a way that at times makes him seem much younger than his actual age--he is unable to perceive irony and dec [...]

    2. Currently on my fourth reading, and Tionne Rogers' lovely and eccentric turns of phrase still make me laugh every time.Random highlights:Marcial asks for dinner at Burger King on their first date. Millionaire Carston calles it a "fixed price menu place", but he goes anyway.The eccentric/genius employees at Carston's software company use the "Imperial March" ringtone for their boss.Pelayo has a black face like his moorish enemies as punishment for spilling blood on sacred ground. Marcial says the [...]

    3. What a great read. The storyline strange and disturbing at times and very hard to like some of the main characters at times. Bit of an abrupt ending makes me wonder is there more expected from Carson, plays and marciel.

    4. Tionne Rogers always manages to write stories which are mildly morbid and disturbing.In this story Marcial is an incredibly beautiful 22-year-old guy. He had a terrible car accident when he was 10, where his mother died and he stayed in a coma for a long time. This caused brain damage, a short-term amnesia and learning difficulties. Marcial lived with his grandmother, who gave him to a pedophile, who took advantage of the not-so-bright Marcial and almost killed him later. As a consequence of thi [...]

    5. Marcial was your usual cliched pretty bottom boy type on slash fiction: blond hair, blue eyes and the small figure. But what made him special was that he was damaged, oh God, not that word again in a day a little bit funny in the head. He almost died in a car accident anyway when he was still a child. It was expected. And! He had imaginary friend, Pelayo the Platypus!This Pelayo acted like his guard, as well as his conscious. He told Marcial to do this and that, warned him not to do this and tha [...]

    6. Tionne Rogers is surely one of my favorite authors. She sure knows how to do the twink/older man romance like nobody else. I also love how she incorporates history, art, and contemporary affairs into her books without making them feel stuffy or boring.I don't typically read fantasy books but this one I enjoyed. It was also surprisingly funny.I can't wait until she comes out with another book in the Substitute series.

    7. somewhat difficult to read- i don't think the author is a native english speaker- at least i hope not. would benefit from editing. carsten reads like a character from a harlequin romance- from 1981. he's a chauvinistic self-absorbed bully. almost entirely unlikeable.

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