Wednesday, 24 February 2016

The Glass House by Suki Fleet


***5 STARS !***

“We were glass. So fragile. All it took was a little knock and we would shatter.”

I'm still shattered, sobbing, heartbroken for Sasha. Thank God he has Thomas in his life.And that's what makes it bearable.
But I didn’t want to collect glass today. I was desperately trying to be someone different today. Someone without obsessions and worries and doubts, and the glass collecting would bring the reality of my existence crashing back. I knew I couldn’t escape it, though—the reality of life was like the endless churning of the sea. It was impossible to stop.

To deal with his past issue was not easy for Sasha, he became the boy he is now. But slowly Thomas came into his life with a soft force, and he liked it.
They're struggling with their own issues, but holding together, and being strong.
He smiled, and it was as if all the light in the world was shining out of him. There was still nothing that beat the feeling of knowing I’d made him smile like that.

I really liked Sasha's sister, Corrine and Thomas's gran. Without them, they're going to face life a bit harder.

I dunno how to put into words, it's just beautiful. Heartbreaking but beautiful. Some people will found them too young for a love like that. But Thomas and Sasha had been through so many, and they're definitely having an old soul.
And if you wonder about HEA. Don't worry, they're having a HEA. :)
Great story, Suki Fleet!


About the author 

Suki FleetSuki Fleet's first novel This is Not a Love Story won Best Gay Debut in the 2014 Rainbow Awards, and was a finalist in the 2015 Lambda Awards.You can contact Suki at

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