Book Review by @RobertHughes05 of “Game On: A Love’s Landscape Story” by Olley White

Another book review by me via Lit World Interviews (my second home).

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Game On A Love's Landscape Review by Hugh Roberts

Title: Game On: A Love’s Landscape Story
Author: Olley White http://olleywhite.blogspot.co.uk
Format: Kindle Edition
Price: £0.00 Free
File Size: 468 KB
Print Length: 124 pages
Genre: Gay, Romance, Fantasy
Simultaneous Device usage: Unlimited
Publisher: L.Powell
Published: 8 Sept 2014
Language: English
ASIN: B00NFUONFU
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
X-Ray: Enabled
Word Wise: Not Enabled
Sold by:Amazon UKAmazon US

Max thinks he is about to meet Stephanie on a blind date.  The two have only ever communicated via an online gaming site.  Stephanie turns out to be Stefan, but they enjoy their day out at the Zoo anyway and, as the day goes on, they become the best of friends.  As time goes on, both start to get feelings more than of just friendship for each other and, gradually, they fall in love.  ‘Game On’ is a book about two men falling in love with each other, but it’s not as…

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10 thoughts on “Book Review by @RobertHughes05 of “Game On: A Love’s Landscape Story” by Olley White

      1. 🙂 Thank you….. I’m currently reading a book and the author has asked for reviews. Honestly I’m thinking of writing a review for every book I read from now on… it’s just you know … if there was something that bothered you… since I’m one of those very fussy readers. If I’m gonna review a book I need to read it to the end. Before if I was gonna read a book and I did not like it I would just put it down. But I think honesty is the best policy.

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      2. I so much agree, Serins. Problem is, if you wrote a great review for a book written by a friend and then all the rest of the reviews were bad, I think it would make you look kind of silly to that friend and they would probably then know that you were not telling the truth when writing the review.

        When I am asked to write a review, I read the book to the end, even if I am not enjoying it, so that I can give an honest and truthful review.

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      3. 🙂 Well I would appreciate your more practiced input i.e comment when I wrote a review. More to come to my site soon. The one I did today was a very honest truth… if I can give someone flying colors like that, that’s what I like. But if I’m being mean it would be nice if someone pointed that out to me… I’m known for being a bit too blunt at times.

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      4. I’ll certainly let you know when I get to it on my never ending reader list. The best advise I can give on reviewing is to word it like you were telling a friend about the book. That’s how I write my reviews now. Being you is the best policy when writing anything. That’s my advice, but of course you don’t need to take it.

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