UnPrison

UnPrison

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UnPrison is an erotic gay romance written by Yamila Abraham that tells the story of two men, one younger and the other older who fell in love with each other. The relationship then leads to a sexual one.

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  • Xu Yang
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "Did not hold my interest very well and not exactly my type of book. I think this is interesting as a romance novel but not what I would normally pick to read. I am not even sure if it is a great book for someone who is gay and would want to try reading it. It didn't hold my interest that well."
  • Margaret Jensen
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Rated it a 4, but really a 3.5. This was definitely a good read and it was also short enough to finish in one night. The characters were interesting. Yamilla did a good job of creating the prison world. She encompasses the layers of the social and political undertones of prison life, and forces the reader, and Ryan, to deal with all the grit that came with it. I especially love the speech Harrison gives to Ryan explaining the social order and continuous warnings about race mixing in the prison. At times I felt uncomfortable by the stark reality of it all, but I guess that was the point. There was a BDSM undertone that satisfied the kink in me. "Daddy", was just what I wanted to hear from the boy who settled into his role as a "kid" almost seamlessly. That could have been because of Harrison's shamless wooing, who knows. Overall Unprison is a good read. I think the issue for me was that I never got the climax in this story I was waiting for. Minor problems crept up around Harrison and Ryan but nothing truly threatening. In the end when I thought something was brewing it was wrapped up neatly in a pretty bow and readers were sent on their way with the happily ever after. The ending was very abrupt. I'm a reader that needs that build up and release to feel truly satisfied. This is where Unprison lacked, for me anyway. If you're a reader who likes a prison love story with minimal conflict then this is the novel for you. And even if you're not into that it's still an enjoyable read. I didn't hate it, didn't love it. It was a good way to pass a quiet night."
  • Melissa Stephens
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Looking for quick romance (and a happy ending)? I guess this is the book. This isn't going to win a literary prize. It's a book you read in an evening and enjoy, like a good movie. The characters are believable and, despite the setting, it doesn't feel abusive or degrading. "
  • Julia Wilson
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "The story is believable, the character and world and description are great. It's just all around awesome. You can clearly see the author cared enough to listen to feed back before putting this one on the shelves. "
  • Harry Perkins
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "This prison romance has some hot sex scenes and is relatively short but otherwise has little to recommend it. Short stories are generally a better treatment of the subject, and the ending to this story is too abrupt. "
  • Chen Cui
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "I read this book out of sheer curiosity, and boy was I surprised. It is the first, and likely last gay romance novel I will read, although it could be enjoyable at times. The hardest part of reading this novel was explaining myself to my wife when she found it on the bookshelf."
  • Mark Stevens
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "Compelling story about friendship, trust and love between an aging long-term prisoner and a young first time convict in the bleak setting of a medium security prison. Despite their differences in terms of age, experience and criminal background, the relationship they develop is very sweet as well as sensual."
    Anika Lobo
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "Unprison is a book about two men fell in love in and make love inside the prison. Though the setting is in the prison and they had a very good way on how the writer convey the story. It looks like the real story of those who are in prison"
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