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If Sol can just survive his last year of high school, he can escape his homophobic small town and go live with his Internet boyfriend for the summer. But when he loses his starting spot on the baseball team and converts to vegetarianism - a wolf, giving up meat! - his father threatens him with a hot, muggy summer working in the peach cannery unless he gets his act together. His teammates, who suspect his sexuality already, won't make it easy for him. But even with nobody on his side but his best friend Meg (who is even less popular than he is), the teenager finds answers and solace in an unlikely place: a 1901 book about a tragic gay romance in the bohemian district of Lutece, around the famed Moulin Rouge.
Inspired by the spirit of the era, Meg and Sol share a glass of absinthe, with startling effect: Sol begins to dream that he is a cabaret dancer named Niki, offered a chance to escape his difficult life through romance at the price of his beloved art of dance.
©2012 Kyell Gold (P)2013 Kyell Gold/Max Miller
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5 out of 5 stars
By Tyler on 11-03-13

It left me feeling speechless.

What did you like best about this story?

I'm not even sure where to begin with this one. Everything about this story is 10 layers deep. I don't want to say too much, because every detail is just so engrossing. It held my attention from start to finish, and not once did I feel board. As someone who is no stranger to the impending feeling of hopelessness life sometimes brings us, I felt very much for the main character. I was saddened, and even angry on his behalf. My feelings were a direct projection of how he himself felt about the book Confession. This is something I think everyone should read, and I think it could be appreciated but just about anyone. I strongly recommend it.

Which character – as performed by Jay Maxwell – was your favorite?

He did a really good job with all of them. The protagonist was probably best preformed, but I liked mostly all of them.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The whole thing really. It resonated very well with me.

Any additional comments?

What are you waiting for? Buy it already, you will not regret it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jake on 10-10-13

Why did I wait?!

What made the experience of listening to Green Fairy the most enjoyable?

OMFG Just finished the audio book version. Totally wishing I hadn't waited so long. The narrator did an excellent job! At a few points I wasn't totally sure there wasn't a second voice actor. His vocal range seems to be the spoken word equivalent of Freddie Mercury. I'm kind of ashamed to say I did avoid buying Green Fairy because it seemed a bit dark, but I'm glad I waited for the audio version. There are some stories that truly are better with the right voice behind them.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Olipie on 12-03-15

Makes me want to try Absinthe!

Would you listen to Green Fairy again? Why?

I definitely would and plan to listen to it again multiple times, I feel like Green Fairy is one of those books that you can listen to time and time again and notice things you never have before with each listening.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Green Fairy?

I don't want to spoiler it, but one of the most memorable moments would be when the main character Sol meets his internet boyfriend Carcy, it was actually a relatable situation for me but with a much darker outcome. than my personal experience.

What does Jay Maxwell bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

The accents for sure, Jay Maxwell manages to give each character a distinctive voice through the use of accents, which at first I was unsure of but ended up loving by the end of the book.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

"The past, while not what it may seem to be, can still teach us a lot"

Any additional comments?

Gonna be straight here, I love this book, love the author, love the narrator and the entire universe, I'm a massive furry and at first I was a bit put off by the idea of ghosts preferring romance stories more grounded in reality like Waterways or Out of Position, but I ended up loving this book so much, it's really deep, emotional and made me cry in multiple places.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Adam on 11-26-16

A thoroughly immersive story<br />

I'm happy to have found this series, ive been looking for some anthro/furry reads for some time now and ive thoroughly enjoyed this one
I couldnt wait till next months credit so i just bought the next book in the series!

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