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Love Lost

By: S. Stone
Narrated by: Nicholas Santasier
Length: 1 hr and 8 mins
5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Alan turned Kyle's world upside down when they first met, Alan was kind, honest and open, everything Kyle wasn't used to.

Alan has faced many challenges in his life due to his disability, but he doesn't let that hold him back.

This is a story of acceptance, friendship, and love.

©2018 S. Stone (P)2018 S. Stone

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Good short book

This is rather short, but good things come in small packages, right? I only brought and listened to this as I'd brought one of the authors works and wanted to see if the writing style was the same, it wasn't. This one was more serious and well written, it was as if the author had experienced some of what the main characters had been through their self. Obviously I don't even know if the author is male... I rambling, sorry. I liked the book but the narration was done by an American instead of a British narrator. I only bring this up as the book is set in the UK.

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I loved this book but the narrator wasn't for me.

The story was fast moving and I thought the relationship the two focal characters had was well written. I would like this to to turned into a full length novel as I think the author could expand and explore the relationship Kyle and Alan have.

Now to the narration, I think the author would have been better off hiring a British narrator as the book was set in the UK but for an American narrator the accents weren't that bad.

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