Felixitations by Roger Kean
Facilitator and felicitator, to have winsome young Felix step into a man’s life is a transforming event: the course of destiny is altered. Over a span of thousands of years this enigmatic being’s random odyssey affects the lives of men attracted to his mesmerizing persona… yet Felix has no hidden agenda, does not choose when or where he materializes – all happens by felicitous chance… or does it?
Ok, wow! This book may have been a bit beyond me but it was good. This isn’t a romance. I want to say it is a collection of shorts, which is how it comes across, but they are all interconnected. Really it is a very difficult book to describe. Not all the stories are happy and honestly none have a true monogamous relationship. Felix isn’t always this uninvolved individual either nor does he always help those in the story but he does bring about change in the other characters lives. The author takes readers through different times and different countries. He even uses different writing styles. It is quite the impressive show of the author’s talents. I will not say this was an easy read for me nor always “fun”. I struggled to understand parts of it and hated the relationships at times but by the end I really loved the read.
Posted on Saturday, July 27th, 2013, in Book Review, Five Roses, M/M Polyamorous, Novel: 150 pages and above, TJ and tagged Five Roses, Novel, Reckless Books, Roger Kean, Sci-Fi. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.