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A Decade of Visions

3.85  ·  Rating details ·  13 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Born to a single mother in Dust Bowl-era Nebraska, Roy Manger learns to deny his true self from an early age. The rural Midwest is no place for a boy who wears girls’ clothes for fun—let alone for one who suffers gruesome hallucinations. It is only when he leaves home that he can embrace his true identity, spending his days as Roy and his nights as Raina, working as an esc ...more
Published March 21st 2016
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Don Bradshaw
This author is new to me and I liked his smooth style. Set in the dust bowl days of the 1920s in Nebraska, the story follows Roy, a young gay man trying to find himself. Leaving the harsh life in Nebraska, Roy finds himself as a classy prostitute in a Chicago brothel. Adventure calls in the form of Woodrow and the two return to Roy's family home with Woodrow still heading west. This is an interesting and different coming of age story set in an an era that many people did not live through. Roy's ...more
Jul 27, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: m-m, drama
Wow! This one is definitely not an easy book to review. When I am thinking about A Decade Of Vision, the only word that comes to mind is unusual. I mean that in a good way, though. It is not a typical love story, I don’t even know if it can qualify under romance. It is a novel that is taking us directly into the world of Roy/Raina and how he/she cope with schizophrenia.

I really struggled to get through the first part of the story (when Roy was 12 years old). I told myself I will get to the next
Erica Chilson
I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads

4 Stars.

Cameron Ramses is a new-to-me author.

To be quite honest, I have absolutely no idea how to review A Decade of Visions, or how to rate it either. All I can say is it was unexpected, original, intriguing yet confusing, and in a niche genre unto itself. So while I don't want to steer anyone away from reading it, I fear those looking for a mainstream MM romance will be confused. While those who 'get it', which I was one of
Elisa Rolle
Sep 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: A Decade of Visions by Cameron Ramses
1) Unusual, intriguing, very different style and narrative; beautiful in all its shadows.
2) This book feels more like gay lit than true romance – the arc is strongly related to the setting, as it relates to the development of the main character who is genderfluid, or perhaps M2F. There is a fascinating historical feel, a very interesting psychology, and some delving into the mind of a character with more than their shar
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Shelves: mm-read, gay-lit
3.5 rounded up.

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Cameron Ramses is an American writer living in France. Most days he can be found sitting upright and feeling appalled. In addition to writing, he also runs a French pastry Instagram. Follow him: brioche_boy

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