AUTHOR Marcus Herzig : Cupid Painted Blind – Pdf/Epub Read


  • Paperback
  • 358
  • Cupid Painted Blind
  • Marcus Herzig
  • English
  • 09 December 2020
  • 9781537704869

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    AUTHOR Marcus Herzig : Cupid Painted Blind – Pdf/Epub Read Marcus Herzig õ 8 Summary An ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest reviewMINOR SPOILERS AHEADMarcus Herzig’s Cupid Painted Blind is a story of coming out and growing up It’s about Matthew Dunstan a young gay who jus

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    AUTHOR Marcus Herzig : Cupid Painted Blind – Pdf/Epub Read Marcus Herzig õ 8 Summary Review based on an ARC provided by the author25 stars rounded up mainly because I felt bad about seeing those two stars up thereI will try not t

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    AUTHOR Marcus Herzig : Cupid Painted Blind – Pdf/Epub Read The characters were kind of strange The main character Matt acted like the universe wronged him in some way and acted like a bully throughout the majority of the book yet still managed to get Phillip to be his boyfriend after being super rude to him He didn’t have much personality I didn’t sympathize with him at all I honestly didn’t care about Matt at all His sister Zoey was oddly invested in his love

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    AUTHOR Marcus Herzig : Cupid Painted Blind – Pdf/Epub Read Emotional elouence for boysRobert Webb's recent publication How Not To Be a Boy has usefully drawn attention to the truth that for a boy admitting to feelings is a road leading ultimately to disaster ridicule and rejection In Chapter 1 he says 'Pain guilt grief fear anxiety these are not appropriate emotions for a boy b

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    AUTHOR Marcus Herzig : Cupid Painted Blind – Pdf/Epub Read WowMarcus did an amazing job with this story The characters were well written the conversations made you feel like you were in the room I had so

  7. says: Marcus Herzig õ 8 Summary Free read Ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Marcus Herzig Read Cupid Painted Blind

    AUTHOR Marcus Herzig : Cupid Painted Blind – Pdf/Epub Read review of a received advanced copyMatt is starting his freshman year of high school and we all know how hard that can be On top of the normal

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    AUTHOR Marcus Herzig : Cupid Painted Blind – Pdf/Epub Read Young adult gay male fiction is a particular type of niche These stories tend to be relentlessly upbeat and the characters usually find their way through or around the problem that really does not offer that much of a serious obstacle The trick seems to be can the writer create characters that are captivating and fun to hang out wit

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    Read Cupid Painted Blind Free read Ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Marcus Herzig Marcus Herzig õ 8 Summary I accidentally read the book that follows this one first The result was interesting because one of the major players in this one appears in the second as a much older young man and the difference in his character is a bit jarring There wasn't any real explanation for his change which made seeing how so different he was in his younger form a

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    Read Cupid Painted Blind Marcus Herzig õ 8 Summary Free read Ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Marcus Herzig BittersweetThis book was bittersweet and realistic This story was about Matt growing from a boy to a man I really felt for Phillip from the bullying to wearing the same outdated clothes everyday it really pulled my heartstrings I'm glad Matt learned to see past outward appearance My boyfriend of 6 years is the h

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Cupid Painted Blind

Marcus Herzig õ 8 Summary Free read Ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Marcus Herzig Cupid Painted Blind Summary ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Few things are exciting and frankly unnerving than your first day of high school Except maybe coming out to your friends when they already kinda knew you were gay Or finding out that the breathtakingly handsome guy you’ve just met is best buddies with your archnemesis who happens to be a homophobic bully Or being teamed up for a school assignment with that decidedly una. The characters were kind of strange The main character Matt acted like the universe wronged him in some way and acted like a bully throughout the majority of the book yet still managed to get Phillip to be his boyfriend after being super rude to him He didn t have much personality I didn t sympathize with him at all I honestly didn t care about Matt at all His sister Zoey was oddly invested in his love life She had zero friends of her own despite being several years older and the only thing she talked about was Matt being gay She definitely didn t act like a sister or any normal person at all Sandy was also offensive racist etc and I got mixed feelings from her because she s meant to be annoying but eventually becomes one of Matt s closest allies Her character was confusing in her motives and her relationship with Alfonso was underdeveloped and meaningless Matt s parents made no sense they didn t act like any parents would after their child comes out I think maybe the author was trying to make them come across as chill or cool It didn t work they just seemed flat and forced Jack was a weird storyline as well He was given this elaborate backstory but if was hardly talked about at all in the book Instead it seemed like a way for it to make sense for him to be one of the good guys in the end Again didn t work Then there s the milk bar guy Milo it was like he was the token gay character in a book where all of the characters are gay He acted super inappropriate around these kids who are barely in high school but was meant to act as a mentor I don t know why he existed to be honest Then the whole thing with the FBI agentgodmother thing It was incredibly obvious who she was but also didn t really make much sense It was very irrational for her to follow her godkid around for months and she was completely unnecessary In addition Matt believing he was being followed by an FBI agent made me uestion his mental state It was all very odd and the characters were flat and offensive Half of the characters were racist and the story did nothing to resolve this And as much as I love the portrayal of poc in books and I loved the attempt made in this one it felt kind of forced an unrealistic I know that every family is different with different experiences but it seemed like Phil s family was meant to be traditional in the sense of Asian American being in touch with their roots And although I am not Laos my grandmother is an Asian immigrant and my experience with traditional Asian households may be limited but their family didn t seem very traditional at all Phil s relationship with his parents and brother is odd considering how most Asian families function and if they weren t meant to be traditional then maybe that should have been clear It seemed like a way to make the story diverse without looking much into it The plot was messy no real overlying conflict really it was like a seuence of little conflicts that made for a dull story and dull characters There were definitely subplots that could have been either left out or elaborated on I found Matt to be irritating and annoying and offensive and the characters cookie cutter fan fiction models I appreciate the diversity with Phillip however the racism of the other characters made me uncomfortable especially since it wasn t a sub plot that was further embellished in the story There was no point to the racism that I could tell I had zero sympathy for Matt he s boring and gets everything he wants and messes up over and over and throws himself a pity party for it Overall but a huge fan of the book it would have been entertaining as a uick read if the pointless unnecessary subplots had been cut out It read like an amateur fan fiction than a real novel but it had its moments

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Marcus Herzig õ 8 Summary Free read Ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Marcus Herzig Cupid Painted Blind Summary ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ttractive facially deformed freaky looking weirdo who hasn’t got a friend in the world Or all of the aboveMatthew Dunstan closeted freshman future bestselling author and freuently blushing teenager is on a uest to find himself find love and live happily ever after Sounds easy enough right But when the opportunities for failure are endless it doesn’t take much to turn. There is a moral to the story of Cupid Painted Blind a title by the way that could not be perfect A gay high school boy is faced with a gorgeous would be boyfriend on the one hand and an ugly deformed boy on the other He learns valuable lessons from both and ultimately winds up with a boyfriend he does indeed love The writing here is elouent the characters are fleshed out and likable and the tale is a smart one well told I heartily recommend Cupid Painted Blind Werner Herzog – A Guide for the Perplexed of the aboveMatthew Dunstan closeted freshman future bestselling author and freuently blushing teenager is Middle-earth from Script to Screen: Building the World of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit on a uest to find himself find love and live happily ever after Sounds easy enough right But when the La photographie urbaine: Prises de vue d'architecture et d'architecture d'intérieur opportunities for failure are endless it doesn’t take much to turn. There is a moral to the story L' Espace au cinéma of Cupid Painted Blind a title by the way that could not be perfect A gay high school boy is faced with a gorgeous would be boyfriend Videojournalism: Multimedia Storytelling on the COURS DE VIDEO one hand and an ugly deformed boy Osez la vidéo avec votre appareil photo ! on the Apprendre la vidéo, étape par étape et ensemble: Comprendre comment faire vos vidéos, perso et pour le web other He learns valuable lessons from both and ultimately winds up with a boyfriend he does indeed love The writing here is elouent the characters are fleshed The Complete Guide to Blender Graphics: Computer Modeling & Animation, Fifth Edition out and likable and the tale is a smart GoPro - Le Guide Complet: De Débutant à Expert one well told I heartily recommend Cupid Painted Blind

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Marcus Herzig õ 8 Summary Free read Ì eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Marcus Herzig Cupid Painted Blind Summary ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Your life upside down And that’s not exactly what you need when you try to catch someone’s eye without attracting everyone’s attentionCupid Painted Blind is a heartbreaking heartwarming and occasionally hilarious roller coaster ride through an awkward freshman’s first few weeks of high school that will appeal to readers of all ages who enjoy Young Adult LGBT ficti. Young adult gay male fiction is a particular type of niche These stories tend to be relentlessly upbeat and the characters usually find their way through or around the problem that really does not offer that much of a serious obstacle The trick seems to be can the writer create characters that are captivating and fun to hang out withIn the story Cupid Painted Blind Marcus Herzig does indeed put together an interesting and fun group of characters The book is not perfect Both of the central character s brother and mother commit serious breaches of trust that for the sake of the story are dealt with rather uickly and casually Were this not a uick and sunny Y A book I would have expected both those violations of trust to be dealt with intensely and have serious ramificationsAlso as much as I like Matthew the central character I think there s a better story in what is happening and what will continue to happen with Jack Now there is a character with the type of complexity that would bring a bit of gravitas to a Y A story