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Lazy Seagull
I can see where the appeal for most is.

I guess I wasn't as blown away as the rest of everyone (dear god the word count intimidated me). I don't ship the pairing, either, which probably took away some of the hearbreak for me.

who the fuck is ryan ross (view spoiler)

literally the only point of setting it in the sixties was to use homophobia as a plot device

spencer smith isn't an asshole what are you doing

why are they all out of character

why
Anne
This story was something completely amazing.

Not only that I kept being either frustrated about the characters, but I also was extremely mad at them many times, however in the end I couldn't help but be proud of them. I felt like I knew them personally; experiencing all the drama with them.

I also love how you can clearly witness all of them developing and at some point even growing up.

Plus the 70's era, in which is the whole story set is in my opinion absolutely perfect.
Lex
This is probably one of my favorite books of all times. I FEEL so much while reading this book, moreso than any other book I can think of. The emotions in this book are real and they bleed into my own every day emotions. I laugh, cry, and throw things while reading this series and that is why it's so good.
caroline ross
I could write a three hundred page essay on why this is a work of art and still not be able to fully get my point across. I loved this book and everything about it. I was hesitant at first, only reading it so I could understand what my girlfriend was talking about all the time, but as time went on I reluctantly had to admit how emotionally invested I was. Green certainly has a way with words. The character development was a major turn on for me, as well. Overall I would recommend it to many I kn ...more
Izzy Millican
it was a beautiful read. I loved watching all the characters develop and grow. I cried. I got mad. I laughed. I smiled. This book took me on a roller-coaster of emotions and I enjoyed it so much. I recommend this book to not only people who enjoy the band and ship ryden, but everyone else too because this book was written in such a way that you dont need actual context and can read it as a piece of fiction by itself.
Ally Carlisle
This book is so full of emotion and is brilliantly written, The sentences are crafted so beautifully and I feel that someone who did not know of the real-life influences of this books characters could easily enjoy this series
Zannie
I loved this story. I couldn't put it down. I was invested in the characters (who had amazing development throughout the story) and I laughed and I cried and it was just great. Probably my favorite thing I read this summer, but not the one I'll talk to people about.
Danielle
THROAM was definitely an emotional roller coaster. It was big, and almost overwhelmingly intense and I loved every word of it. The characters were so real, motives were believable, and the happy ending well deserved.
Hannah
No words can describe this except PERFECT.
I admire you so much! This is beautiful! I am reading it for the second time because i cant get enough of it! also reading your other stories :) Amazing!
kaili.
This was more then a novel than a fanfiction. Personally, when I read fic I want it to be fic. It was amazingly written, no doubt. I prefer Anna Green's other works more.
Hannah
I love the story because it always manages to fuck me up, I swear, NO other story gets me as strung out as this one, and it is fantastic.
Maggie
There are not enough words to describe the epicness and perfection of THROAM. Amen. <3
London Gillean
The most perfect piece of fan fiction to have ever been written. Anna Green is brilliant.
Kine M
This whole thing just broke my heart into 100000000 pieces
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