- Tapa blanda: 250 páginas
- Editor: Digital Manga Publishing (13 de enero de 2009)
- Colección: Yaoi Novels
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1569705739
- ISBN-13: 978-1569705735
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Desire: Dangerous Feelings (Yaoi Novel) (Yaoi Novels) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 13 ene 2009
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Toru is a shy and quiet student who has developed a special crush on his close friend Ryoji, the most popular member of the high school swim team. In front of Ryoji, Toru hides his feelings and acts as if he is just one of Ryoji's good friends, but in an out-of-the-blue moment, his world will be turned upside down as Ryoji confesses a secret desire for Toru!
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To learn there would be a novel version of it was thrilling and I speculated what that would bring. More insight into the characters? More detail to their encounters? More story - a continuation of the story set out in the manga?
I am pleased to say that this novel delivered all of that and more. (Including some lovely new illustrations by artist Yukine Honami.)
Toru is sweetly confused, confounded by his love for Ryoji, and finds himself in a Catch-22: this could be his only opportunity to get close to the one he loves, but doing so could end up hurting him even more. Ryoji is a dog and a scoundrel who, in the end, realizes that his heart is in control more than his desire.
The novel takes us up the end of the manga, and then, sweetly, beyond, as their love is affirmed and reconfirmed and their passion for each other reaches its fullness. Again, I just adore these two. Others might see them as stereotypes - the shy, tepid uke, the selfish, scoundrel seme - but I see them as two boys who were already friends when they found each other and who now only want to make each other happy.
Maki Kazumi's simple, but beautiful novel is an equal match for Ms. Honami's simple, beautiful drawing style. The story they tell makes me hungry for more, makes me want to know what happens next...
As other reviewers have already talked about the plot, I won't repeat it here. I will only say that here there is indeed a story to be told, there is plot and convincing turns in it; there are characters deserving our attention and sympathy, as their feelings and thoughts sound genuine and speak truthfully straight to our hearts.
As for the sex scenes, well, they were realistic, tasteful, aesthetically perfect, describing a lot and yet setting the reader's imagination on fire for what was not yet "said".
Although the whole novel is written from Toru's point of view, there is a last chapter where we come to know Ryoji's feelings, doubts and thoughts. I think this chapter was the best conclusion to the story and the most satisfying ending Maki Kazumi-sensei could give us. I take it that Ryoji's final chapter was her present to her readers, and I'm really grateful to her for that.
If there is something that made me feel awfully sad was Keigo Kashiwazaki, a minor character in the story... You should definitely read it. It gives great insight and adds depth to the characters and their actions, so much that it is almost like a new work when compared to the original manga.
Last but not least Yukine Honami's illustrations were exactly right for "Desire".
I look forward to reading more of Maki Kazumi's work.
Zagklis M., Mrs
characters= wonderful, and fully fleshed out
XXX= extremely well done
also check out 'constellations in my palm'. (by the same person). it is another 5 star. ('rin' 1-3 was amazing as well, but i don't remember if it was the same artist. though it shares many of the same qualities.)