An architecture project finds wheelchair bound Matt paired with Abel Moser and he's determined he won't become that perfect souvenir for the bohemian student out to experience it all and make the world a better place along the way.Words: 46,465...
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Technicoloured Something Reviews
Good m/m romance about a prickly gay architecture student who's in a wheelchair. He's not happy that his partner for a major class project seems to be bicurious and hitting on him.
Messy and angsty. Yum!
This story is whacked. The past few stories I've been reading have been whacked. What's up with that? Why can't I find something that's not whacked? Gah. I should have stuck with fanfic. So, okay. Here we go:What the fuck. It was weird, but I guess okay-ish, even if it was rather perplexing (it was like a bi-erasure sort of thing, right?) Up until chap 14 or 15. And then it devolved into like a bad shroom trip or something and I sat there scrolling like "wtf just happened. Wtf is still happening. Wtf I'm so confused by everything."Eh. It gets back on track a bit later.So yeah idk. Overall I guess it wasn't bad. Rubbed me the wrong way at some points but it seemed to settle back down okay-ish.I dunno. I don't actually know what I think of this. It's not tight enough to be a great story, and some of the ideals seemed worked rather oddly, and it seemed to struggle with the bi question, so I dunno. I guess it wasn't bad, and I don't completely regret reading it. There was just this part in the middle that was just bizarre...
solid 3.5 stars---I spent a lot of the book disliking Matt, but about 3/4 of the way through, he did redeem himself. Meanwhile, Abe, the other protagonist who loved Matt for over 3 years, did act like a bone-head in some parts of the book, especially when stressed (eg. getting smashed on pot & ETOH, sleeping with his best girl-friend instead of staying to have it out with Matt), but he too redeemed himself at the end of the book. First time I've read this author, and certainly not the last! The best part were the blues & jazz group Velvet, and the numbers they did in the story---found a new favourite artist because of it!
I've liked some of Zebbie's other stories but this one had pov and plot jumps that made me confused. Not my favorite by a long shot.