Minjae's quiet life turns upside down when he walks in on Hyung-jo masturbating to a T.A. sleeping in the student lounge. Hyung-jo threatens Minjae to keep the incident a secret and to keep his distance from the T.A., whom he has an obsessive crush on. But Minjae can't stop having dreams about the scene he witnessed. Despite Hyung-jo's extreme threats, his body reacts to the T.A.... wait, no. To...Hyung-jo...
This story was really hard to read. The relationship between all the characters was incredibly hard to determine, and there were a lot of scenes where literally nothing made sense. I understood the idea of this, but since there were barly any proper time frames between periods of how the characters themselves felt, everything seems very rushed. If there were more stopping points were we had scenes of them anyalyzing what they felt, it would have been a lot easier to read. This was also just kinda of to much, and (although I know the author wasn't going for this on purpose) it seems to romanticize the act of rape? Coming from a reader that enjoyed Killing Stalking, not only where the charcters mentlaly ill, but the scences where more clear in what they felt. In this book, however it kind of just makes it seem he likes the guy that raped him, which I am not for.
I enjoyed it at first but this was just to much for me, even though I enjoyed stuff like Killing Stalking. Actually disgusting at this point. Borderline pedophilia and rape? No thanks.
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