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All the Colors of Love
     

All the Colors of Love

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by Jessica Freely
 

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It sucks being the son of a super villain. At home, Harry spends half of his time getting medical treatments and the other half tied up in his father's underwater lair. It was different when his mother was alive, but she disappeared when Harry was six. He can't seem to stay out of trouble at school, and his new roommate, Antonin, thinks he’s a spaz, but somehow

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It sucks being the son of a super villain. At home, Harry spends half of his time getting medical treatments and the other half tied up in his father's underwater lair. It was different when his mother was alive, but she disappeared when Harry was six. He can't seem to stay out of trouble at school, and his new roommate, Antonin, thinks he’s a spaz, but somehow Harry has to find a way to stop his father's evil plans.

Antonin Karganilla wants to become a comic book artist, but other than that, being gay is the most normal thing about him. His uncle is an aquatic plant man, his aunt is a molecular biologist back from the dead, and his mom is an overprotective pain in the butt. Antonin's in boarding school and it's starting to look like he and this Harry kid might have a lot in common... and that means a whole new set of problems.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148738244
Publisher:
Harmony Ink Press
Publication date:
09/12/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
240
Sales rank:
591,653
File size:
1 MB

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All the Colors of Love 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA More than 1 year ago
This book was not what I was expecting.  I was expecting a YA m/m coming of age story and it is that but it is so much more.  There are several threads running through this often times painful story but the underlying theme is love and the nature of love and in the end like love it was so worth it. Harry’s father is a monster, not literally but a monster all the same.  He knows what love is but has never experienced it or left himself open to it and it has colored his view on life and in turn he has made Harry’s life a living hell.  Now at a new boarding school Harry has for the first time found a friend in his roommate brainy, gay comic book artist Antonin.  Antonin has survived some traumatic childhood experiences and with his over-protective mother and extended family come out of it with a great and giving heart.  Now Harry’s father wants to destroy all the light that has come into Harry’s world since he and Antonin have become friends.  Will love concur all or will evil triumph? I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.  This book will keep me thinking for a long time to come.  Take nothing at face value and have a tissue handy.  This book was at times emotionally tough to read but then there were moments of pure joy.