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Divisions (Out of Position #3)

4.44  ·  Rating Details ·  192 Ratings  ·  20 Reviews
It's been over a month since Devlin Miski came out publicly, and no other professional athlete has followed suit. Dev just wants to put it all behind him and play football, helping his Chevali Firebirds win their first-ever division title. If only his teammates—and everyone else—could just let it go, he'd be fine. But there's one teammate in particular who seems determined ...more
Paperback, 386 pages
Published January 2013 by Sofawolf Press
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Cole Riann
Review posted at The Armchair Reader.

4.5 stars

Back when I was reviewing at Jessewave's in early 2011, this is the series that brought Kyell Gold and anthropomorphic fiction to my attention. I fell in love with Lee, the fox who dressed up as a vixen to seduce a straight jock and Dev, the tiger who ended up falling for him. Their lives and relationship continued on in tumultuous fashion after graduation when Dev was drafted into professional football and Lee sacrificed his gay activism for his lov
I read the first two books In June of 2011 and gave them both 5 stars. I went back to see if the series was finished and it was and also in Audible. So I got the whole series and listened straight thru. I loved it. The narrator was a little dry, but I soon started to like his style. At times I wished he had created different pitches for Lee and Dev, because some of the dialog is written for reading and listening sometimes doesn't naturally let you know who is speaking at all times. For some ...more
Elisa Rolle
Divisions is another little step into the life of tiger Dev and fox Lee. They are now a couple, together in front of their respective families and the public. Dev’s football team is backing him, new friends are helping them settle into the life of a committed couple and some old friends are creating troubles. This new installment in a series that I loved since book 1 is confirming my idea that this is a very ordinary love story, a nice romance, with that just touch of sexy to make it good, about ...more
Jul 15, 2013 Cy rated it liked it
Finished it. It's as solid an entry into the Dev and Lee story as I predicted it was going to be, but suffers quite a bit from "middle-book syndrome". Many (most) plotlines from the first two books have been wrapped up and much time is spent laying out new ones. The author himself admits that there will be another book in the series, so this one, perhaps, won't look quite so...unfinished when its sequel is published (hopefully soon).

I'll keep the comments I left below as I think they are applic
Jul 26, 2013 Kristopher rated it it was amazing
Although every sequel in the series has picked up right where the previous installment left off, there is definitely a feeling of tension by the end of "Divisions."

The previous books have presented the conflict and a resolution, while this one lets the characters evolve while the over-arching problems still exist and need to be resolved. It is definitely just like the end of the third season when the writers begin a two-part episode and make you wait an entire summer for the conclusion.

John Lewis
Feb 06, 2013 John Lewis rated it it was amazing
Witty, emotional, and filled with enough sports talk to appease even the most illiterate in football, Divisions is another great work by Kyell Gold. Focusing more on the eccentric Wiley Farrel and his family's appreciation or malice of his homosexual lifestyle, readers dive deeper into the character and how his past and future shapes his present relationship with Dev. Rivals and new, tension building characters return to the award-winning series, only progressing the story and making it an ...more
Jul 08, 2013 David rated it really liked it
Shelves: fiction
I'm a total fanboy for the Out Of Position series, especially since over the course of the books I have been able to see Dev and Lee deal with a lot of the same issues (intra- and interpersonal) that I have in my life, and we are remarkably in sync. I think everyone who is or knows an LGBT person should read this series (and skip over the naughty bits, if one must).

Divisions gets 4 stars instead of 5 because, being the first half of what was originally one book now split into two, it ends off on
Jun 20, 2016 Blue rated it liked it
Good, but incomplete-feeling. Kyell writes in the beginning that this and the unnamed Book 4 were all one book that he split in two, and it feels pretty obvious that this is the case; by the time any sort of conflict arises, the book is nearly halfway finished, and everything ends with a kind of "Yeah, but..." feeling to it that feels like an intermission rather than an ending. It's still good, but it's just incomplete feeling and not quite as powerful or interesting as Isolation Play. I'm amaze ...more
Feb 09, 2013 RR rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2013
It's less FURRY PORN HERP than the previous novels (though what's here is really hot, if you aren't the type to say "wait, 'his engorged knot', what?", i.e., aren't a totally normal person), and it's good.

The characters are the characters that you've come to expect by this point in the series, and there aren't really a ton of surprises, so the conflict feels a bit manufactured at times. Also, Kyell seemingly has a strong problem with religion, as every single religious character in this book is
I'm so going to miss this couple when the series ends... each book I read makes me love them more and never want to stop reading about them.

Is Divisions... Lee seems a little lost.... he is conflicted between getting another job in sports as a scout that will again take him away from Dev, but not in a way that they are not use too and can not work around... OR not work and devote his time to being a activist for gay rights, that might conflict with his relationship with Dev because it's not some
Jess Candela
Apr 02, 2014 Jess Candela rated it really liked it
Shelves: m-m, read-in-2013
I loved spending more time with Dev and Lee, seeing the development of their relationship and how they navigate a life together. It was new material but felt a little repetitive in that in seemed to follow basically the same structure as the first two books, so much so that I kept waiting to see how Brian was going to screw things up for them and how they'd then pick up the pieces and make it better.

While Brian definitely had an impact on their lives, it turned out not to be quite as dramatic as
Feb 24, 2014 Penny rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-m
3.75 stars
A warning: This is not a stand alone book (Third in series) and there is at least one more addition to come. If you haven't realized this a gay furry fiction tale.

The continuing saga of Lee(Fox) and Dev(Tiger) as they move in together, struggle, and work on building a life that satisfies both their needs.
So a quick summary:

Dev is playing better than ever, much to do with his partner Lee. Football season is coming to an end and getting close to the playoffs. His stasis as the first and
Jeremy Gallen
May 06, 2016 Jeremy Gallen rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A Good Threepeat

Like its predecessors, the third installment of author Kyell Gold's Out of Position series opens with useful notes about football, with the twist of which species tend to play whichever positions. The story itself opens with the introduction of a new viewpoint character, a swift fox journalist name Hal, although the remaining chapters alternate between the viewpoints of Dev the tiger and The vulpine Lee. The third entry provides instant gratification with the first chapter, with
Jul 19, 2013 Colleen rated it it was amazing
I thought this story is good. Dev is in the Big Leagues and Lee is having trouble with his mom joining a group known for "rehabing" gay kids. This story has real-life truth on what Gay people go through and how they deal with homophobic family members.
Louis A
Dec 05, 2013 Louis A rated it it was amazing
For a person who can't give a damn about North American football, I love this series. It did not take that long to get used to its furry creatures & I absolutely love Devlin and Lee. I can't wait for the next book.
Schitzy Thestral
Feb 03, 2013 Schitzy Thestral rated it really liked it
Shelves: favorites, owned
A very good read. Gets stressful near the end, and you really start to get a better understanding of Lee and his passion for staying active in the Gay Rights movement. Wonderful continuation to a great saga, and I can't wait for book 4 to release.
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Out of Position (4 books)
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