Better Than a Dream

Better Than a Dream Yuki is owner of the Fuuka Cafe When a man with a single rucksack comes to the store and insists Hire me Yuki is forced to take him on as a live in employee However Yuki s live in worker really app

  • Title: Better Than a Dream
  • Author: Raica Sakuragi Katsumi Asanami Kelly Quine
  • ISBN: 9781569707340
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • Yuki is owner of the Fuuka Cafe When a man with a single rucksack comes to the store and insists, Hire me, Yuki is forced to take him on as a live in employee However, Yuki s live in worker really appears to be a live in lover

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    1. Raica Sakuragi Katsumi Asanami Kelly Quine Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Better Than a Dream book, this is one of the most wanted Raica Sakuragi Katsumi Asanami Kelly Quine author readers around the world.

    2. I'm so glad I bought Better than a Dream . I'd read the summary on amazon and the plot seemed pretty thin, but sometimes you just have a good feeling about a book and I had that feeling about Better than a Dream . Something told me I would like it so I decided to give it a try.Yuuki is the owner of a cafe in a small town. He's still mourning the loss of his lover to a tragic hiking accident when Kamishiro, a mysterious chef walks into his life. Initially, Kamishiro's resemblance to Yuuki's lost [...]

    3. Of the two DRM-free e-books Digital Manga, Inc. decided to sell through ARe, this one's description excited me the least. There seemed to be too many characters, and I'm not a fan of the “grieving widow/widower/lover” trope. It also didn't help that the excerpt on the publisher's website was boring and strange - DMI folks, please tell me you didn't seriously think the stuff from the POV of the dog would convince people to buy the book.You know what, though? Better Than a Dream turned out to [...]

    4. After two moves I once again found a bag of old Japanese BL novels and figured I ought to re-read them, as it's been many many years since I saw them last. Several houses ago I used to have two bags, separated by which ones I wanted to keep and which were only so-so. I now only have the one bag, but after re-reading this one I think this may not have been the bag I wanted to keep.The plot isn't bad, but could have had better execution. For someone dealing with grief and new attraction, I expecte [...]

    5. I’m very sad about this story because I was drawn in not only by the art, but the writing (at first). I really liked how it started, liked how it was written in the dog’s point of view as he watched the stranger come into town, and liked how we were introduced to the important characters before we learned about Tsukada’s death and before Kamishiro and Yuuko met. I think it started to go horribly wrong with Shin. Now to be fair, I expected some love triangle tension, and part of me was even [...]

    6. Yuuki owns a cafe in a small town near a popular mountain for climbing. For two years he lived with his mountain climber lover Tsukada in gay bliss until Tsukada was killed in an avalanche. A year later a high class chef with a limp shows up and more or less bullies his way into a job and room and board. (as per many yaoi themes) Yuuki goes with the flow and he likes Kamishiro so they get along. Meanwhile Yuuki’s friend Shin has been hanging around for the last year, obviously waiting for his [...]

    7. This was a bit frustrating to read because it was one of those books that really could have been so much better. The story itself is full of angst-and-romance potential, but for me it was ruined by the many jumps in the story that were a bit difficult to make sense of. Nevermind the jumps in perspective or the avalanche - pardon the pun - of proverbs. Or those really, really bad euphemisms used during the sex scenes (which, again, were hot in principle - I definitely like the author's imaginatio [...]

    8. Didn't really expect to really like this story (why the heck am I reading it in the first place?!) but--apparently--I was wrong. I like it!Not the typical storyline as other yaoi I read so far. The story involves the relationship between (among?) Yuuki, Tsukada, Shin, and Kamishiro. There's a reason why I put those name in that order *winks*. To find out, you gotta read the story!!! There, I recommend Raica Sakuragi sensei to anyone interest in reading BL/yaoi story. ;D

    9. 2 stars just because I really really liked Shin. I started reading this with high expectations but, by the time I finished it, I ended disappointed. I thought there will be more drama and angst but I was wrong.

    10. Good story, well thought out. There were some editting issues, but nothing horribly bad or distracting. The artwork is gorgeous.

    11. This was a totally entertaining love story. It was Japanese but I got a kick out of it when they used American idioms.

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