Living Two Lives - Book 3
Categories: Fiction » Coming of Age
Content Rating: Older than 17
A coming of age story following the life and adventures of Andrew McLeod. This is the story of how a nerd gamed the system and had an amazing life.
Book 3 – starting with a big bang on the glorious New Year of 1980 (January to October 1980).
This story is very well written just like the others
Reviewed it on April 3, 2023
Following Andrew and seeing all of the ways he can be different is very enjoyable. I am usually very nervous about a new writer when I start a new book. I can honestly day that these first three books are on the par with other authors that I truly admire and look forward to new books.
Low Key Greatness...
Reviewed it on December 2, 2022
No explosions, no ... well very little... violence, just a well crafted story with a bit of redemption thrown in. Great story!!
Reviewed it on November 3, 2022
book 1 amp; 2 got me interested, half way through book 3 only 6 months time had elapsed, this is bonafide saga. The whole story will be a hefty price for 1 complete book. first book I ever bought from bookapy, did enjoy reading it. Nice story but no longer eager to finish. I will wait for storiesonline postings or a single edition release at a reasonable ebook price. Thanks for the enjoyable read.
Great Read and series
Reviewed it on November 2, 2022
A great read!
Reviewed it on November 1, 2022
Thoroughly enjoyed this instalment in Andrew's story.
I love it!
Reviewed it on October 1, 2022
Thru 3 books the emotional high continues
Reviewed it on September 28, 2022
I think that you have a sinister marketing plan to sell more books "Keeping The Readers Entertained".
Reviewed it on September 24, 2022
The first book kind of setup the story. I would rate this one the best so far.
the degenerate sex romp begins
Reviewed it on November 15, 2022
The first two books were touching, poingiant, and tear jerking. This book begins the sex romp, which only grows ever more depraved as the series continues. Additionally this should be a 10 book, not 25 book series, as they are too short, under 100k words, and often end in arbitrary spots. Later books also have more errors, places where it looks like the book was incorrectly altered from first person to third.
As for the sex acts, it starts vanilla, then runs from light d/s all the way to period oral and anal oral. It moves very slow, as the descriptions show, some books only cover 2 months.
I'm writing this review part way thru book 22, wondering how it will end, and wondering if I'll ever get there.
The most disturbing thing is that Andrew doesn't seem to ever love anyone, no matter how intimate he becomes with them.
Reviewed it on November 7, 2022
Reviewed it on October 4, 2022
Rushing to next chapter!
Great story, terrible editing
Reviewed it on March 15, 2023
Literally the worst editing I have ever seen in a book purchased on an ebook site. Wrong word errors, homophone errors, ridiculous comma errors, and all sorts of other grammar and punctuation mistakes. There’s really just no excuse for such shoddy work.