Breaking Up Point

Breaking Up Point Brian McNamara
  • Title: Breaking Up Point
  • Author: Brian McNamara
  • ISBN: 9781626394308
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Breaking Up Point Brian McNamara Breaking Up Point Brendan Madden is starting his freshman year of college and although excited he is sad to say good bye to his high school boyfriend Mark After a rough transition Brendan carves out a place for him
    Brendan Madden is starting his freshman year of college and, although excited, he is sad to say good bye to his high school boyfriend, Mark After a rough transition, Brendan carves out a place for himself at school, where he has new friends and newfound independence With the added strain of distance, however, he now finds it hard to maintain his relationship with Mark, eBrendan Madden is starting his freshman year of college and, although excited, he is sad to say good bye to his high school boyfriend, Mark After a rough transition, Brendan carves out a place for himself at school, where he has new friends and newfound independence With the added strain of distance, however, he now finds it hard to maintain his relationship with Mark, especially due to the fact that Mark still must hide the relationship from most of his friends Brendan s college life allows him to be open and honest about who he is He debates whether he is willing to compromise this for Mark, especially since staying in the relationship means forgoing the possibility of finding new romance at college.
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    1. This book is the sequel to BOTTLED UP SECRET, and better enjoyed if the books are read in order To sum up Brendan came out to his mother, one of his five sisters and his cadre of friends seven months ago He has a closeted boyfriend, Mark, who is a senior in high school though Brendan is just entering his freshman year at Ohio State University Mark and Brendan had shared some intimate experiences in the previous book, and Brendan is not eager to move things farther as he s rather set on saving hi [...]

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    2. ARC provided from net gallery in exchange for an honest review I have decided not to put up a star rating, simply because I DNF ed the book at 45% I am a big fan of the M M genre so it hurts me to say this It was a real struggle for me to even reach 45% in this book First and foremost, it is necessary to inform the reader that it would benefit them to have read the first book in the series I wasn t aware it was a sequel, because of this, there were a lot of references to things I wasn t familiar [...]

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    3. Brendan Madden is starting his first year at college away from home and is looking forward to the possibilities He feels like the fresh start will provide him the opportunity to be open about who he is and his sexuality without needing to worry as much about what his family or his friends from home might think Here, he won t need to hide his relationship with Mark, his closeted boyfriend from back home, either But college also provides many opportunities to see what one s life could be like, to [...]

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    4. Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with this ebookI had to DNF this after reading 40 % of it, but since it only got gradually worse and worse, I just can t take any of it The main problem with this book is that the plot is way too thin It s about a guy who starts college and tries to make friends, while he is in a long distance realationship with his boyfriend who still lives in their hometown That s it And it s SO boring There s no other way to say it If only the writing had been good, it pro [...]

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    5. Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this book.My first impression is that I very much enjoyed this book Using the first person narrator from Brendan s perspective, I felt made for a stronger storyline I felt that I could hear his voice and picture him as a person as I was reading.I strongly recommend that readers pick up Bottled Up Secret before reading this book I was unaware of the other novel and there were times I found myself confused by certain events as the book makes f [...]

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    6. I really enjoyed Breaking Up Point I felt the characters were well developed and the situations certain display a lot of the challenges than young gay men must face as they come of age.I think books like this are good for readers struggling to find their own way, especially when different avenues are explored in a nonjudgmental way, as they are here.Coming out is difficult for most people This is true for Brendan and Mark, even though they personally have different challenges Many coming out and [...]

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    7. Thankyou to Bold Stroke Books and Brian McNamara for an arc I always enjoy reading these sorts of books Laid back, relaxed reading with amusing plots and relateable characters Having read the first book in this series which I didn t know was a series I already knew about the characters within this book however since it had been quite a while between reading both books, I had forgotten most of what happened in the first book Therefore if you haven t read the first book and want to start here, you [...]

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    8. I really wanted to like this book I rated the first of the series four stars and since it had been a while I reread the first book just to get back in the mood And yea, Bottled Up was a good YA novel But let s just say I want be rereading this book Why First, I like HEA books This wasn t I even like a HFN, this wasn t Bittersweet I would call this just bitter And since this is told in Brendan s POV, I really need to understand Brendan And it would help if I liked the character But no way could I [...]

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    9. Brendan is now at college and is happy that he doesn t have to hide his sexuality any He s frustrated that Mark isn t out and that parts of their relationship still have to be secret Breaking Up Point is a better written book than its predecessor, Bottled Up Secret But two graphic scenes squarely move it into the New Adult territory and make it hard to have in a high school library The angst and decisions Brendan goes through and talks through make the novel one that would be welcome for teens [...]

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    10. I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Alright so at first I didn t think I was going to like this book It took me forever to get into it but then somehow today it hooked me I really do like how this book dealt with LGBT issues These issues were looked at from various sides and it was very well written and explained There was a bit too much talking about sex and stuff that I found unnecessary to the plot but other than that I en [...]

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    11. 3.5 starsI read this as a stand alone I liked it it was a meandering tale of a Brendan s first year at college Here is why it wasn t a higher rated book the conversation is stilted, especially at the beginning There are a lot of fact dumps, loosely disguised as conversation this improves as the novel moves on, but is still a problem I would recommend this book, with the caveat of having to ignore this issue.

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    12. I probably would have enjoyed it if I had read the first book It was good, but kinda dry and got old after the first few chapters The characters were hot as hell though and i like how the main character accepts himself even though his family dosent right away.

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    13. I liked this book better than the first one by far Brendan had a lot going on with his family which was really interesting and then Mark and his college friends as well Definitely a great follow up to the first one

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