Through the memories of Edward, the reader will now also the lives of these men, their childhood memories, how they changed and readapted to the changes of the world around them, like an osmosis, opening, inglobing, and making them the changing. And maybe in the end, maybe some of them will be able to finally accept Robert among them, when the reason for that acceptance, Edward, is gone, maybe that will be the time to realize that Robert is now one of the family.
There were moments when I was hoping for the impossible, for the turn of the events allowing Robert and Edward to have an happily ever after, but it was a feeble hope, cause I know that those 5 years were the only time they had together, and Robert had to enjoy every minute of it, and building through the memories of Edward’s friends, his own memories to last for the remaining of his life.
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Paperback: 308 pages
Publisher: Lethe Press (May 5, 2012)
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