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  • Kindle Edition
  • 178 pages
  • Through the Mirrorball
  • Rob Browatzke
  • English
  • 06 February 2017

Through the Mirrorball[Download] ➵ Through the Mirrorball By Rob Browatzke – Essayreview.co.uk More booze More drugs More sexWelcome back to Wonderland Alex thought he d finally found the love of his life But ever since saving his boyfriend Steven from a kidnapper, he s returned to his own warp More booze More drugs More sexWelcome back to Wonderland Alex thought he d finally found the love of his life But ever since saving his boyfriend Steven from a kidnapper, he s returned to his own warped version of a twelve step program Step one Stock up on gin Step two Score some blow from the Caterpillar Step three Dance the night away Steps four through twelve Repeat repeat repeatSure, Alex knows he s on a downward spiral But he doesn t realize how far he s fallen until he attends Through the PDF \ his girlfriend Dinah s bachelorette party in Wonderland The hottest, craziest dance club in town, it s packed with painful reminders of Alex s mistakes Overwhelmed, Alex spins further out of control, until a face from the past comes back to haunt him When his life what s left of it is put in jeopardy again, Alex is forced to take a good hard look in the mirror to save his friends, his lovers and himself.


About the Author: Rob Browatzke

Rob Browatzke has been writing for as long as he can remember, and is pretty darn excited for someone else to be reading his stuff finally When it comes to gay bars and booze and drugs and drama, he knows what he s talking about He came out in the mid s, and liquor and drama went hand in hand He has years of experience working in gay clubs in Edmonton, Alberta, and his current Wonderlounge is every bit as amazing as Alex s Wonderland Rob is now years Through the PDF \ clean and sober, although there s still a bit of drama once in a while, for old times sake Rob loves the growing market for gay fiction and m m romance There are some incredible authors out there, and it s important to be able to see in print or on the screen stories about people just like us Coming out, our relationships, the issues we face, we all have stories to tell And this book is just one of the stories coming out of Wonderland.


10 thoughts on “Through the Mirrorball

  1. says:

    Thank You Netgalley for providing me a free review copy in exchange for an honest reviewI tried to resist requesting this I didn t like Wonderland and when Through the Mirrorball popped up on Netgalley I sworn I wouldn t do it But the allure of gay club scene plus Alice in Wonderland was too strong This was a second chance A chance to make this wondrous So I requested it in a vain hope it would pull a Day 21 and be better than the first book.It wasn t.Twenty pages in Steven suggests Thank You Netgalley for providing me a free review copy in exchange for an honest reviewI tried to resist requesting this I didn t like Wonderland and when Through the Mirrorball popped up on Netgalley I sworn I wouldn t do it But the allure of gay club scene plus Alice in Wonderland was too strong This was a second chance A chance to make this wondrous So I requested it in a vain hope it would pull a Day 21 and be better than the first book.It wasn t.Twenty pages in Steven suggests having a three way with Alex s ex boyfriend who he cheated with while Steven was kidnapped I think that was also roughly the same time I gave up in humanity Through the Mirrorball is exactly like Wonderland There s random hookups that don t add anything to the story, a plethora of drugs and mentions of go go boys, and everything, again, highlighted how gay everyone was But, this book did manage to fix a few things from Wonderland I appreciated Sure, they were just replaced with new problems, but I ll get to those later First and foremost, the writing is perfect I hated a lot in this book, but I adored the writing it was quick and fast paced and fit the tome perfectly Browatzke has a knack for club scenes and drug induced mania I loved reading about Alex high on blow It was one of the most compelling things in the book I would have DNFed it honestly, but the writing managed to keep a nice vice like grip on my attention until the last page.Most of the annoying characters were taken out of the story Jesse and Colton are essentially nonexistent Brandon the Bartender was in their just long enough to cause a conflict that s resolved through no effort on Alex s part, and Dinah show up just so Alex can bitch her out.While I appreciate choosing to focuson the main character, I have to say I hate Alex Like absolutely loathe him He was a selfish, unlikable guy who couldn t stop for five minutes to think with his brain instead of his dick In the last book he was just impulsive Now he s just fucking stupid All he did was whine and bitch mfor most of the book He does go through some development, which I will mention later, but I can t say I enjoyed him very much.We also get the return of Steven, who was largely absent from the last book I couldn t see why Alex put him so high on a pedestal Alex fawn all over the guy for having human decency, not actual kindness He wasn t swoon worthy, nor did I find him particularly interesting.Steven was usedlike a tool to move Alex s plot along instead of being an actual character He is thr reason Alex wants to give up coke and Wonderland All of Alex s choices were solely on account of Steven Alex never decided anything for himself.I don t know about you, but that sounds like an obsessive relationship to me Alex is obsessed with Steven while Steven only gives Alex what any normal human would give a guy in his position.The plot is literally recycled from the first book The only real change is the villain doesn t blame Alex for being gay, but for turning his son gay The mystery aspect of this book is largely pushed to the last ten pages while the others arerelationship melodrama I didn t care about.Remember how in the last book we got a lot of subtle nods to Alice in Wonderland Well Through the Mirrorball has no connection to Through the Lookinglass Seriously No chessboards No Red Queen Nothing Because that s what I want when I read something inspired by a classic book, no mention to said classic anywhere in the story I felt absolutely ripped off.The only redeemable thing in this book is the development Alex goes through I know, shocking, but it was fairly emotional This book largely deals with self loathing Alex hated himself after his first love killed himself for being gay Throughout the book, Alex not only has to come face to face with that, but also has to understand how to come to terms with what happened It s arguably the only real development anyone in this sequel actually goes through.I may hate Alex with a passion, but I thought his development was very well done That, combined with the writing are pretty much the only thing I liked about this book though

  2. says:

    Really fun 2 part series of a 30 year old guy learning love and living life in, around, and after a popular gay nightclub Easy, romantic, HEA read.

  3. says:

    AwesomeAwesome, I loved this book, can t wait till the next one, I ll be looking forward to it, very good read

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