The Guy With The Suitcase

The Guy With The Suitcase nd Edition Now Available Pierce is homeless Young and strong willed Pierce has been living in the streets of New York City for six months since his parents kicked him out of their perfect Christian

  • Title: The Guy With The Suitcase
  • Author: Chris Ethan Ethereal Ealain
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 2nd Edition Now Available Pierce is homeless Young and strong willed Pierce has been living in the streets of New York City for six months, since his parents kicked him out of their perfect, Christian, suburban house Pierce is gay And he is suffering the consequences for being true to himself Rafe is homeless He is also sick Impressionable, but far from innocent,2nd Edition Now Available Pierce is homeless Young and strong willed Pierce has been living in the streets of New York City for six months, since his parents kicked him out of their perfect, Christian, suburban house Pierce is gay And he is suffering the consequences for being true to himself Rafe is homeless He is also sick Impressionable, but far from innocent, Rafe ran away from home almost a year ago His sickness is slowly killing him But Rafe is not a hopeless case He has learned to get by Nights of paid passion turn to sheltering warmth from the imminent New York winter And then there s a suitcase Pierce s suitcase, which holds secrets from everyone including its owner When their worlds collide, their lives intertwine and when the world seems bent on bringing the two souls to their knees, fate has other plans for them Caution Contains adult language, New York City streets, tough life choices, sexual tension, stubborn brutes and swoon worthy romance.

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    1. Read a sample chapter, as I was waiting for some releases. Couldn't get past the first few pagese typos were horrid! And I don't usually notice that stuff. Extra words, double words. Way too distracting.

    2. 3.5 stars.RGR received a free advanced review copy for the purpose of an honest review.I have to admit that I have been sitting here for a long time, changing my review back and forth, unsure exactly how to put my thoughts into words. I finished reading the book last night and I had very different reactions to it.First, let me talk about something that is beyond dispute for me. The cover image and the chapter design were brilliant. The cover looks really cool and made me interested in reading th [...]

    3. Pierce and Rafe two homeless guys. Living on the streets of New York City is hard, almost not livable. There are a few ways to surviveTheir first encounter is not the best one. One stealing the others possession.The journey they go through is hard, painful. It put knots in my stomach and sometimes I really wanted to cry.Pierce is strong with a big heart. Rafe is a small delicate guy and ill.They are both lovable and are very endearing personalities.Both have their own reasons living on the stree [...]

    4. "Non si era reso conto di quanto fosse importante una casa fin quando ne aveva avuta una. Ora non poteva fare altro che sperare di non morire durante la notte, dormendo sulle panchine, in metropolitana o sull’asfalto."Pierce è un giovane senzatetto che vaga senza meta tra le trafficate vie di New York. È stato cacciato di casa dai genitori dopo aver rivelato di essere omosessuale. Con sé porta solamente una misteriosa valigia, unico retaggio del nonno da cui era stato tanto amato e capito.R [...]

    5. I'm torn about this book and waffled a bit on how to rate it. On one hand, this story has a very real portrayal of being homeless. It's ugly, scary, and frustrating. The characters are solid, real people with all the personality pluses and (normal) negatives we don't usually see - even in the characters that are low on the cast list. I love the genuine and refreshing honesty of the writing, though it's a bit brutal at times. It is believable and, for those who have "been there", it could trigger [...]

    6. 2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: The Guy With The Suitcase by Chris Ethan I must admit, this was a very heartfelt and emotional story. The caring these two extremely flawed characters show toward each other is quite endearing. The story ran smoothly and gave us a view of what can happen and does happen to young men and women in this world when the parents or stepparents are not accepting. At first, I wasn't sure where the story was going, but I'm sure glad it went as it did. Loved the MCs [...]

    7. Una storia che nonostante i temi trattati riesce ad essere dolcissima e commovente, con un'atmosfera fiabesca e un messaggio chiaro e importante, un messaggio di amore, speranza e denuncia nei confronti di una società che troppo spesso chiude gli occhi di fronte alla sofferenza altrui e maltratta persone che hanno l'unica colpa di non avere un tetto sopra la propria testa. I due protagonisti con il loro background doloroso ti entrano nell'anima e nel cuore. Impossibile non affezionarsi a Pierce [...]

    8. This book is not for the faint of heart. Pierce and Rafe are put through far more than their fair share of shit before they get to their happy ending. In fact, so many obstacles are thrown in their way it is a minor miracle they survive it all, never mind find their way to happiness.When these two young men first encounter each other it is anything but a good start. I think it is safe to say that after that first ‘meeting’ it’s a minor miracle they end up as friends at all. That first meet [...]

    9. *copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review*Pierce was thrown out of his home after he tells his parents he's gay. He is homeless and has been living on the streets of New York. Rafe, also homeless ran away from home. But Rafe is sick. He needs medical help, but you can't get that help when you are homeless. These young men have a run in, and later meet up again. Eventually they decide that maybe two can work better than one at trying to get off t [...]

    10. Questa storia si è rivelata davvero una lettura interessante, che è riuscita a catturarmi, a coinvolgermi, a farmi arrabbiare, preoccupare e commuovere in più parti.Rafe e Pierce, i nostri protagonisti, sono due giovani appena ventenni che sono costretti a vivere per la strada, a fare i conti con la povertà, la fame, il freddo, la malattia e i pericoli. La loro unica ‘colpa’ – se così si può chiamare – è quella di essere gay, e quindi rinnegati dalle loro famiglie omofobe e violen [...]

    11. bianchianita1971/Ho letto questo romanzo in pieno clima natalizio e ciò, unito ad una scrittura scorrevole, mi ha fatto apprezzare questa bella favola piena di speranza.Rafe e Pierce vivono per strada, entrambi cacciati di casa per essere gay. Si arrangiano in maniera diversa per sopravvivere: Pierce mantiene il suo orgoglio e le sue convinzioni, Rafe è costretto a vendersi per poter comprare i medicinali di cui ha bisogno per non morire. Il loro primo incontro non è dei più promettenti ma n [...]

    12. *sigh* okay so this story really killed me. I now know what a block of cheese feels like after going through a grate. We have two homeless guys, Pierce & Rafe. Pierce is a huge hearted guy and protective of Rafe. Rafe is a small, ill, character. And you wonder kind of how he made it all this time without Pierce. This is a story with so much heart break, sorrow, and utter pain. It’s enemies to love thing that Pierce and Rafe have is momentary almost, when they are together you are wrapped i [...]

    13. I really couldn't write the review immediately after finishing the story; it was one of those stories that needs a period of digestion - rarely will a story 'stay' with me for any great deal of time - this one has and I wonder why - the intimacy of the story-telling is probably the key.2 intimate portrayals of street life, a relationship that is not all plain sailing and a very poignant back story that brings everything full circle - I really couldn't have wished for a better story [which I unas [...]

    14. What could have been a heartfelt tale of two young gay homeless men brought together by their travails is limited by the flat, almost juvenile writing style.After a 'series of unfortunate events' - muggings, abuse, hateful parents and abject poverty, the pair come together, get jobs in a restaurant and then become boyfriends. That's the fine part, despite the writing.But the titular suitcase becomes a posthumous Cinderella story where all problems are solved by its hidden contents. From harsh re [...]

    15. [Recensione completa -> nalie-overthehillsandfaraway.b]Il ragazzo con la valigia è il primo capitolo della serie Once upon a time a guy scritta da Chris Ethan e pubblicato questo mese, che ha per protagonisti Pierce e Rafe. La vita non è stata facile con questi giovani ragazzi poco più che ventenni; dopo il coming out del primo e la fuga di casa del secondo, si ritrovano a vivere per strada tra alloggi di fortuna e ostelli, tra fame e indigenza, racimolando qualche soldo per vivere elemosi [...]

    16. 4.5 stelline!“Il ragazzo con la valigia”, di Chris Ethan è un libro pregno di speranza e di voglia di vivere. Ammetto che la sinossi mi aveva spaventata un po’, ma i pareri entusiasti e la voglia di buttarmi in una storia nuova e originale mi hanno convinto del tutto.Pierce e Rafe sono due ragazzi che, seppur giovani, hanno avuto a che fare con violenza, dolore e omofobia. Tre condizioni emerse nell’ambiente che, al contrario, dovrebbe essere il proprio porto sicuro, il nido dove rifugi [...]

    17. This story will hit you in the feels, it really will. Rafe’s homelessness is compounded by contradictory familial relations and the most insidious disease known to mankind other than cancer. Pierce’s homelessness and his attachment to this suitcase are heartwrenching in their poignancy. Told from each man’s perspective depending on chapter, it’s a fascinating look into what makes people tick.Rafe accepts that he needs help, and he’s willing to do whatever it takes in order to get the m [...]

    18. 3.75 starsMoving, real life story of the homeless. Rafe and Pierce both live on the streets, scraping together money from begging just enough to eat once a day. The two guys don't know each other, that is until Rafe tries to steal Pierces suitcase.A suitcase, yes a simple little suitcase, but that case holds all he has in this world. He treasures his case as its was his grandad's. Rafe has even less and to make it worse his ill and needs meds.These two loners are both fighting to survive in a wo [...]

    19. Review: 3.75 starsI was skeptical about this story. I've read so many bad homeless guy(s) book, I thought Oh, no, not another one! But I was wrong. This is one was sweet, especially if you like fluff. All through it, it holds the air of fairy tale Chris loves so much, skimming over the most gruesome aspects of the life on the streets, or dating someone in Rafe's condition, but it does make you wish you can do something, anything, to help the homeless people in the world. To simply give them a ch [...]

    20. A moving, unputdownable story." Because the Supreme Court had legalized gay marriage across the nation didn’t mean the brains, thoughts, morals, and workings of its people changed with it. " Although same-sex marriage is legalised across the US, gays and lesbians are still plagued by the bias and suffering attached to homosexuality. The experience of Rafe and Pierce is a proof. Both kicked out of their house for their sexuality and left to their own devices, Rafe and Pierce begin a nomadic lif [...]

    21. This book is not for the faint of heart! The subject matter is extremely heavy and so often I wondered if these two men would ever find happiness. Chris Ethan definitely portrays the hopelessness, danger and desolation of homelessness very realistically. Through it all, Pierce and Rafe were able to support and love each other through all of the grit, pain and sorrow of their situation.An ARC of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.For more m/m romance reviews, [...]

    22. I really enjoyed the first half of the book and would have given that half four stars but the second half felt unrealistic including the medical parts and it was full of telling not showing which made feel even less connected to the MCs I would give that half two stars. Therefore overall I gave it three.

    23. I loved the premise of the story and the care that the two MC showed for each other. It really highlighted the issues of homelessness and coming out to your family. I loved that they were successful in the end.I really liked this but it seriously needed some editing. Normally I do not worry about it, but there were several times that I had to reread sentences to have them make sense. In one case, the author used the word exhumed meaning exuded!

    24. while the story itself is solid, there were far too many errors in syntax and spelling for my liking. The flow of the book was off for me as there were extra words in places and grammatical errors that disrupted my train of thought. perhaps if the editor did their job better and ensured those errors were fixed up it would have been a more enjoyable read.

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