Aquamarine

Aquamarine A new sci fi adventure by the master of gay thrillers Mel Keegan s name is a byword for thrilling gay adventure in past present and future His new story is set in the late twenty first century when

  • Title: Aquamarine
  • Author: Mel Keegan
  • ISBN: 9781902852140
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • A new sci fi adventure by the master of gay thrillers Mel Keegan s name is a byword for thrilling gay adventure, in past, present and future His new story is set in the late twenty first century, when major land masses have been submerged by the rising oceans, and the Earth is a world of water Russell is a hydrologist based on the giant floating platform Pacifica, his lA new sci fi adventure by the master of gay thrillers Mel Keegan s name is a byword for thrilling gay adventure, in past, present and future His new story is set in the late twenty first century, when major land masses have been submerged by the rising oceans, and the Earth is a world of water Russell is a hydrologist based on the giant floating platform Pacifica, his lover Eric one of fifty Aquarians, a new sub species who can breathe underwater When the pair refuse an attractive offer on Eric s services for a suspicious salvage operation, Eric is kidnapped and a fast paced aquatic intrigue starts to unfold.

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    2 thoughts on “Aquamarine

    1. A self confessed science fiction and fantasy devotee, Keegan is known for novels across a wide range of subjects, from the historical to the future action adventure Mel lives in South Australia with an eccentric family and a variety of pets Every Mel Keegan book is strong on gay or bisexual heroes also, often, on gay villains , and some of these heroes are the most delicious in fiction Jarrat and Stone from the NARC series, Bill Ryan and Jim Hale from The Deceivers, Neil Travers and Curtis Marin from Hellgate, and many unforgettable characters Because Mel s books feature the same sex relationships, the partnership at the core of each book is integral this is the relationship driving the story, and it can be very powerful indeed.

    2. I'm fucking angry right nowVery fucking angryEvidence ONE "Nope. My busy schedule isn't want it used to be"Evidence TWO"Times were, Russell had read, when the hardest task facing people was the disposal of the dead". THAT'S why I'm fucking angry??NO, not all nonsense that EDITING would solve. I read worst. It's the fact this fucking book has to editing at all and it COST ME 10 dollars! YEAH! FUCK!!!!10$ dollars!!!! For a crap full of errors, errors that can even be a problem if you want to under [...]

    3. I don't know if it was that I read an older paperback copy or what but there were a great many easily spotted errors in the book. Also, it felt like it should be a two-parter or two short novellas the book went in a completely different direction at the midway point.The first half was great. The second half was boring and tedious. Not that the events of the second half wouldn't normally be exciting but pretty much every character that showed up at that point was a cardboard cut out that disappea [...]

    4. Good classic Keegan book. For reference I'm a Keegan fanatic with 19 of his books under my belt and three more purchased to read. The science fiction was sound, the characters were all real and believable. The plot logic broke down during the climax, I kept asking Why?Why? Why? Actions didn't make much sense to me. A lot of actions were taken just to make the story, without a purposeful, logical reason for the action(view spoiler)[ Story fell apart during climax I was tired maybe I missed the an [...]

    5. It’s been a while since I read any of Mel Keegan’s work, but Aquamarine is everything I expect from him. There are two likable guys in love, action, adventure, a little sex, mystery and intrigue. This isn’t great literature, it’s more like classic pulp fiction, but Keegan is a good example of why that style of writing remains so popular. Aquamarine is quite a nice little read, despite a number typos.You can find the complete review of Aquamarine by Mel Keegan at my web site.

    6. I enjoyed Aquamarine, and, as I do not read much in the sci-fi genre, this was an interesting take on the future. Unfortunately, the book was barely edited, which pulled me out of the life world the author was trying to create. Had my enjoyment not been interrupted by the editing and sometimes choppy prose, this would have been a four-star book.

    7. Typical Mel Keegan; this time thinly-disguised gay Bodie and Doyle are a marine scientist and his genetically-altered partner caught up in political upheaval in a post-apocalypse-by-global-warming-and-comet 21st century. Fun as ever; rather less sex than usual, though.

    8. The GLBT Bookshelf (bookworld.editme/GLBT-Rumm) is holding a rummage sale to support the wiki. I picked this up there, plus a bunch of free stuff. Go check it out!

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