All the Things I've Lost

I am not from this world I don t know where I was from originally When our pod landed, I was the only one to survive, and my memory was damaged That day, I lost the man I think I must have loved I don t age, and I m far too strong compared to these humans around me, but even so, I fear their finding out the truth about me I try to protect the ones I can, but I am weakI am not from this world I don t know where I was from originally When our pod landed, I was the only one to survive, and my memory was damaged That day, I lost the man I think I must have loved I don t age, and I m far too strong compared to these humans around me, but even so, I fear their finding out the truth about me I try to protect the ones I can, but I am weak when it comes to saving them or even just not hurting them by my ignorance and strength And now for the first time in decades, I ve met a man like myself from another world the world where we both hatched I wonder what he can tell me about myself and what I dare ask without giving away the fact that I remember nothing Length 34,000 Science fiction gay romance
All the Things I ve Lost I am not from this world I don t know where I was from originally When our pod landed I was the only one to survive and my memory was damaged That day I lost the man I think I must have loved I don

  • Title: All the Things I've Lost
  • Author: Hollis Shiloh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “All the Things I've Lost”

    1. This was different but luckily for me, I tend to like different. It’s hard to explain without spoiling things, but that’s never stopped me from trying before. Have you ever been on a ride with tunnels? Such as a car ride or perhaps it’s a roller coaster where you fade in and out of darkness, unaware of what’s coming next. Each time you reach the light you grasp more of what’s going on and where you are but then you are plunged into the unknown again. Shiloh takes us on such a ride and [...]

    2. Reading this book was well,one weird experience,that's for surebut in a good way.You start reading it expecting a science-fiction romance,but you end up with a novella that I can only categorize under speculative fiction genre.If I am to analyze this book using a standard pattern - character development,plot,the writing,romantic storyline,it's inevitable for me to standardize it (thus losing its appeal) and All The Things I've Lost is anything but standard (speaking in the context of MM genre,of [...]

    3. Loved this!What a wonderful find! I wasn't expecting something so moving and well written. Five well earned stars! I will be looking for more

    4. The main character was total and utter douchebag. The only reason I didn't stop reading, after his brilliant idea to suck dick when somebody's is crying, is because I wanted to know if he would be discovered. Or die in big ball of flame.

    5. Very sad and angsty and not what I was expecting from the blurb. Lee is unlikable through much of the book because we feel so sorry for Dion. I just wanted to shake Lee. He is so noble and loving with humans and I liked that about him; it's a key point of the story and redeems him somewhat. Dion is not a very clear character except in his pain. Lee's narration is very self-absorbed reflects a selfishness apparent in his actions. I was honestly afraid that this wasn't going to have a happy ending [...]

    6. BoringI was very disappoint in this book. Lee was more believable in his concern for humanity than Superman, but I don't think that there was enough in with Lee's or Dion's characters to form a connection to. I didn't buy the guilt Lee felt that he hadn't mourned Laurel just because he couldn't remember his name, or that he was starting to forget after 80 years. And if m/m pairings on their homeworld are so frowned upon, what does it seem like books on m/m pairings are so readily available? I fo [...]

    7. 11.2015 BotM M/M RomanceMy Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.

    8. Intriguing story line. I liked the characters but thought Lee was a little hard on Dion. Then again he was in a awful position being so alone for so long. Good HEA.================================1st read - Jun 5, 2016

    9. It was perfect to 50%. Ate it up like ice cream with double chocolate. Then it went all to hell with dragging out everything. I've read the first part within an hour. The rest.i needed whole day.

    10. I loved the concept of this story it moved me I like how this author took me to a place of wondering what will happen next I truely loved this book.

    11. Fast read. Good story I guess, but weird. Really Weird! We miss a lot of things, the story happened way too fast. We are told all the way. There is almost no feeling, no depth.

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