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(4 out of 5 stars) by SciCheetah

This story is a nicely done story that embodiments 2 different stories. The story of Sol, who has been having trouble within his life, and the story he finds of Jean and Niki, who lived a hundred years before. Kyell Gold has done an amazing job of integrating the two stories together and allows us to see the two sides of Jean and Niki's story nicely.

The story easily draws you in and holds you in right up till the end. It's easy to care for the characters and you won't want to put it down till the end. The book is yet another masterpiece that has great potential to inspire and frustrate it's readers, but only in a good way.

This book is definitely a must read for everyone, especially those who feel like everything is going wrong in their lives. It shows that no matter how bad things get, it could always be worse.

22 March, 2012

(5 out of 5 stars) by Chills

A very intriguing book, that keeps readers entwined in the spell until the very end. Twists and turns abound you will not regret reading Green Fairy.

13 April, 2012

(5 out of 5 stars) by a powerful read!

I'd been waiting for a non-adult Kyell Gold book so that I'd feel more comfortable recommending it to friends and family, and here it is! It manages to feel complete as it is and not a censored version of an adult book, so fans of other Gold books should definitely pick this one up.

This book does an especially good job of bringing us inside of Sol's mind and helping us to see the world as he sees it. Many times during the course of the book I'd be mentally shaking my head at Sol for his decisions or thought processes, but I think they're quite realistic for his age and maturity, and it's only as a (somewhat) more experienced adult that I can tell the path he's following isn't going to turn out well. 

As someone who hasn't had to go through it in real life, I feel this book does a better job than any other I've read of getting across what it's like to be a troubled gay teenager. All of the aspects of his life that cause Sol trouble make him more sympathetic, and it's easy to see from this story how someone could be driven into depression (or worse) from the problems he has to deal with. 

Overall, I found this to be a very powerful book, and will definitely be recommending it to (or buying it for) friends!

30 July, 2012

(5 out of 5 stars) by cole_mooneyes

Having just finished this book I cannot compose any paragraph nor review that would do justice to this book. It, in my eyes at the very least, is truly a masterpiece that has made me happy for the characters and has brought me to tears. To not read this book is to rob yourself of, in my opinion, one of the greatest stories I have ever had the pleasure of reading.

15 November, 2012
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