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Quicksilver in the Hand

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Julian and Tony meet in line at a David Sedaris book signing. "Promise me sixty blissful moments and I'll pass my whole life with you," Tony tells Julian. And, although the line is really little more than a charming pick-up line, a relationship does develop, told moment by moment from beginning to end in the 60 segments of this story. Love blooms in moments of passion, but ...more
ebook, 66 pages
Published February 14th 2012 by Untreed Reads
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Vio
Feb 16, 2012 Vio rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Vio by: Mandy and Anke
4.5 Stars

The writing style was so unusual I thought I was missing parts of the story but once I got the hang of it I had no trouble its pretty intense but really beautiful as well. So many layers in this absorbing short you know there is more going on deep down. I wanted to know all about their lives in detail and kept wondering why Tony was sabotaging his relationship with Julian they really had something special together.

God I only wish it hadn't ended the way it did damn it I wanted a happy e
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Anke
Feb 16, 2012 Anke rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What a roller coaster! I have to say, it started rather stilted with all these very short glimpses on the building relationship. But after getting used to it, the story pulled me in. I felt with Julian during the development til the end of the story. I will definitely check out other books by this author.

4.5 stars - I would have liked to get the view of Tony, although I know with this format it wasn't possible.
Caedy  Eries
Title: Quicksilver in the Hand
Author: Jamie Freeman
Rating: 5/5

A sincere thank you to Jamie Freeman for offering this book for review via the Goodreads.com group Making Connections.

Summary: Julian and Tony meet in line at a David Sedaris book signing. "Promise me sixty blissful moments and I'll pass my whole life with you," Tony tells Julian. And, although the line is really little more than a charming pick-up line, a relationship does develop, told moment by moment from beginning to end in the
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Mandy*reads obsessively*
Feb 16, 2012 Mandy*reads obsessively* rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Mandy*reads obsessively* by: Anke
Shelves: m-m, short
4* for the writing and getting me interested in the story despite the somewhat difficult way it was written. It is written in short increments of time, small pieces of time in their relationship.
2* for the story, I was sad at the end, and depressed! Anke, you owe me a large glass of wine! ;)

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Jamie Freeman is a north Florida native who works a day job to finance his nighttime passions for writing, reading, and watching old movies. He has collected a personal library that already threatens the structural integrity of his spare bedroom but continues to grow unfettered. He’s an avid trail runner who spends mile after mile spinning dreams into fiction. He has published a children’s book an ...more
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