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Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about A Perfect Frame , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Very good I enjoyed this book it was very good kept me guessing on who really did the killing very surprising ending. Will2pear95 rated it liked it Oct 27, Shunte Moore rated it really liked it Mar 16, Israa rated it it was amazing Nov 07, Alisha rated it it was amazing Jun 14, This issue we have a couple of really hot fandoms represented, along with some old friends and a couple unexpected universes, too.
What slash zine would be complete without some PWP's? And we have several entries in "different" fandoms. In and Out.
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As a committed fannish butterfly , there's nothing I find so heartwarming as looking through the table of contents of a mm zine and seeing story after story from different fandoms. In the case of the IB [Indigo Boys] zines, there's the added warmth of knowing that while I'll find stories from various fandoms, they'll all be fandoms I know and love. This issue, while having a couple of stories that weren't quite up to par, had some very well-written stories, all with different styles, and all from different fandoms.
The layout single columned, single spaced and type seem to be the same as in previous issues. This one takes place immediately after the first part with Jim and Blair now lovers, but there are continued problems with Victor, Blair's old boyfriend-cum-stalker. There are several plot twists and lots of angst before the end.
Now, don't go icking out on me, this story is actually surprisingly good--if you like the sitcom. The thing actually reads like an episode. Well, if there had actually ever been an episode in which Uncle Martin was going through a sort of Martian version of Pon Farr. I could practically hear the canned laughter. That's a good thing, btw. I think. The boy really needs some therapy Seeing the movie or knowing about it would help, but it's not a requirement for enjoying the story.
I've been told you'll want to see the movie right after reading the story if you didn't know it. In other words, there must be something added to make the story an interesting view of events rather than just a written retelling. The biggest problem with this story is that it's redundant.
In several ways. It goes through the entire movie telling what happened, but while it's all from Howard's pov like most of the movie , I never really saw any extra added insight into what he was feeling than what I got from the movie itself.
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And when we get to the different scenes, the ones "outtside the frames of the film," namely the story's sex scenes, those don't really add anything either. In fact, they're rather repetitive. It did show, however, how sometimes other stories can intrude through no fault of the author's: As a HL fan, to me the words "Yes Most of the missing scenes, in fact, are actually added parts to scenes already in the movie, and they're added quite seamlessly. For instance, one of the most famous scenes is the one where the boys dangle from underneath the train bridge then fall through the mist.
The story shows what happens underneath the mist.
Through this and the other missing or added scenes, we see more of the connection between David leader of the vamp gang and Michael. The story has the same sensual rather than overtly sexual feel to it that the movie had, even without the hard edge. But she doesn't try to make David a 'nice guy', which I very much appreciate. Tension is built and sustained throughout the story, and it has an ending which makes sense, but was still unexpected. Set immediately after "The Modern Prometheus", all the guilt and anger in and between Duncan and Methos come out and reveal a few other emotions as well.
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