Consumption

Consumption Who can a girl with a broken heart rely on if not her gay best friend Sara Sexton and Martin Blake are besties so it was natural for her to flee to him after breaking up with a Greek lover But Martin

  • Title: Consumption
  • Author: G.S.Johnston
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Who can a girl with a broken heart rely on if not her gay best friend Sara Sexton and Martin Blake are besties so it was natural for her to flee to him after breaking up with a Greek lover But Martin has changed, preoccupied with his new business In Hong Kong, he s a high profile, high dollar interior designer When Sara meets Andy Harris, a romantic with a bodaciouis bWho can a girl with a broken heart rely on if not her gay best friend Sara Sexton and Martin Blake are besties so it was natural for her to flee to him after breaking up with a Greek lover But Martin has changed, preoccupied with his new business In Hong Kong, he s a high profile, high dollar interior designer When Sara meets Andy Harris, a romantic with a bodaciouis bubble butt, Martin s still on the market and not happy Seems Martin s only happy when Sara s alone and miserable Got any friends like that Now Sara has to juggle a consuming old friendship and a blossoming romance And how does a girl do that And what happens when she s forced to choose between the past and the future

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    1. My review:Consumption: A Novel is a book which will haunt you for long time after you finish reading it. It is that good! It was a very good and easy read, the language was very professional and the story itself very captivating. This book is about friendship, letting go and cutting the relationships. It’s a sad and happy story in the same time. I would highly recommend this book to people who love serious novels. I said, it was easy to read, but you should be warned that the topics which the [...]

    2. Consumption speaks to what a lot of people face at some point in their lives. A friendship that once was healthy and vibrant turns unhealthy and toxic. It really sucks and hurts when it happens and even if the relationship has lost its gleam, it's hard to say goodbye and let go. In Consumption, Sarah hasn't quite been able to let her old friend, Martin, go. Martin hasn't treated Sarah the best in the past couple years but Sarah is convinced that Martin is just going through some sort of prolonge [...]

    3. The novel "Consumption", by G. S. Johnston just may consume you. The story is about Sara Sexton and Martin Blake, who have been friends since grade school where they bonded over the loss of their fathers. Through the years they've shared each others joys, sorrows and secrets.When Sara breaks up with her lover and ends her year in Greece to return home to Australia, she stops in Hong Kong to see Martin and be consoled. Martin is a much sought after designer in Hong Kong, while Sara is now adrift [...]

    4. I bought this because a friend on recommended it. I was also interested by the blurb about what it had to say about deep friendships. There are a million and one romance novels but not many that deal with intense friendships. The realtionship between Sara and Martin is very intense. The fact that they don't have a sexual relationship really has nothing to diminish the intensity. I really understood Sara's fear that if she cut herself off from Martin there would be consequences. I guess she just [...]

    5. This book provides an interesting character study into a dysfunctional personality and its effects on a childhood friendship. Do you ever feel that somehow you and your childhood friends have grown apart but you still somehow feel the need to be connected? That's one of the many themes explored in this book. There's also a deeper message about trying to create identity through materialism or 'consumption'. That said, it's presented in an eminently readable narrative that keeps you going to the l [...]

    6. An intense dramatic story between life long friends really had me attached to the characters. Having read the authors two books back to back I can say that this one I enjoyed following along with the characters. There were moments that I connected with their emotions. At times I was surprised to see their actions or reactions to certain circumstances and the out come but such as in life we are subject to surprises.

    7. A fantastic read. Engaging, exciting and emotional. Well written and well paced. You can easily get lured into reading this one from start to finish in one sitting - Be prepared for late night reading and a few tired mornings!

    8. I am so lucky to have found this book. I really don't know what to say other than you will have to read it to believe me.

    9. Sarah Sexton and Martin Blake have been friends since primary school. They are bound together not by blood or by attraction, but by a deep sense of understanding and acceptance of the other. However, as they begin their adult lives, Martin and Sarah take very different paths. Sarah's friends wonder what it is about Sarah and Martin. They have nothing in common. Eventually Sarah begins to wonder about her friendship with Martin as well. He's her oldest friend, but he can be toxic. People leave Sa [...]

    10. I sooooo loved The Skin Of Water by G.S. Johnson - the characters are so lovable and the story sooooo captivating . I never wanted the book to end and think about the story often .I just knew I would instantly love Consumption as well . I was super excited when I was able to get it on my Kindle for free . What I did was instantly struggle with this book. It was a slow start for me and I found myself hating the characters ! I hung in there though - the writing style , while different from The Ski [...]

    11. This is the 2nd novel by this author and also the 2nd one I have read. I hope the writing continues because they were both very different books and very compelling, page turning novels. Martin and Sarah are friends since youth. They have a close relationship, you know the gay guy with the straight girl best friend. Thing is Sarah needs to get on with her life and let Martin go. However, had that happened this would have been a boring book. I felt sorry for them both. Both had fathers who died wh [...]

    12. LOVED LOVED CONSUMPTION! Read this book after reading the author's other book The Skin Of Water, and have fallen in love with his writing style and his descriptive characters. Great story about the toll destructive friendships can have on yourself and those around you. The historical events and settings transport you to that time and place.

    13. I very much enjoyed this book. I particularly appreciated the detail in the Hong Kong sequences. GS Johnston is a fine writer and it's easy to be drawn in to world and lives he presents.

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