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  • 23 February 2020
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Nicholis Vengeance free read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB review Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø J.A. Jaken J.A. Jaken Ø 6 review Nicholi's world goes up in flames when soldiers invade his country leaving chaos in their wake Captured and enslaved in a foreign land Nicholi struggles to cope with the nightmare of slavery and adapt to the terrifying and inexplicable world h. DNF Might re attempt Main character stepping all over my pet peeveI could not finish it Stuck at 20% The characters was pissing me off That MC should be wearing a skirt Oh gawd his whining is particularly nerve grating Yes unfortunately this book has triggered one of my biggest pet peeve whinny characters especially main charactersI might try to pick it up again one fine day maybe just maybe It s not healthy to wish for those brutes that captured the MC earlier had cut his throat instead of letting him off

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Nicholis Vengeance free read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB review Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø J.A. Jaken J.A. Jaken Ø 6 review Eatest enemy might not be foreign powers or enemy soldiers or even in the self serving machinations of his fellow slaves but himself MM For content labels and excerpt see details on publisher's siteNovel 110000 wordsGenres Gay Fantasy Slavefic. MM slave story not for everyone There s some pretty dark and graphic non con sex scenes but it gets the point across as to how hopeless Nicholi s future is His desire for vengeance against the soldier responsible for killing his family and selling him into slavery is the only thing that keeps him goingI can enjoy the occasionally well written mm romance but I much prefer something dark and angsty This definitely delivered almost getting a bit too depressing for me I simply didn t see how Nicholi would be able to improve his situation I don t like spoilers so won t say anything than that the end was satisfying

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Nicholis Vengeance free read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB review Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø J.A. Jaken J.A. Jaken Ø 6 review E is thrust into He draws courage from a steadfast determination to get justice for his murdered family and he hopes peace to himself by finding and killing the man responsible for the destruction of his village Yet through it all Nicholi's gr. On some level I think I might recommend this book on its erotic content alone The BDSM in here is wicked and lascivious whips chains plugs gangbangs the whole nine yards and yet it always feels really fresh and engaging instead of shallow and perfunctory Bookmark those chapters you ll want to revisit themBut there s uite a lot about Nicholi s Vengeance that I liked other than its sexy sexy sex which actually surprised me a little because on its surface there s a lot going against it on my personal list of pet peeves The whole palace harem setting is a little bland and prosaic at this point if only because there s barely ever anything different about it from one book to the next Double points off for the stock overused big dark skinned veteran slave trope The way that everything resolves if it could be called a resolution may be pretty unsatisfying Moreover there s nothing particularly memorable or notable about the narrative style in generalBut I uite liked the characters Good guys bad guys sycophants bullies soldiers performers there s uite a host of fairly notable characters in this book and I felt satisfied by them all In particular I was very fond of our protagonist Nicki and I think what ultimately made me so fond of him was thatwell he wasn t stupid For all that he d been forced into an awful situation by awful people for all that his entire raison d etre was to satisfy his fiery vendetta against his nemesis in spite of all his anxiety and desperation Nicki remains in control of his senses and rationale and is never that hotheaded or even particularly reckless about his lot thereby never making anything far worse for himself I can t tell you how sick to death I am of asinine slave boys who don t seem to have any filters whatsoever act out emotionally in ways that are completely unhelpful to themselves and can t rub two brain cells together to solve their own problems Not so for Nicki He s not exactly some ice cold unfeeling robot without an impulsive bone in his body but he s rational Even when he s acting purely on emotion particularly near the climax of the story he nonetheless remains cognizant of his actions and the conseuences thereofYes good give that to me Give me all the desperate hapless slave boys abuse them and molest them over and over again force them in way over their heads with little choice or agency about their lotand make them cunning and levelheaded instead of frustratingly harebrained about it That s all I want any other pet peeves be damnedThe thing I will say against this book is that while it does great work getting me to root for Nicki it unfortunately loses me uite a lot when it starts to get philosophical and profound about Nicki s situation particularly what slavery and freedom actually means for him Several times through the course of his story Nicki wonders if slavery is merely a state of mind a mere semantic construct that has no basis on your livelihood that some slaves could actually be freer than free men who might not be free after allI ll grant that it s an interesting thesisexcept Nicki comes to this line of thought after observing free prostitutes in the dingy back alleys of the city and it s likeum yeah sure of course some forms of slavery might not seem that bad when you compare and contrast it against the utter worst situations a free man might find himself in But that doesn t make slavery better all that means is someone else might possibly have it as bad as you What if you compare yourself against a blacksmith or a fisherman or a carpenter does your slavery still seem very free The exchange reminded me of that uirky Doctor Who scene where some bad guy asks the Doctor if slaves are truly slaves if they don t think they re slaves to which the Doctor replies instantly without hesitation a bit exasperatedly yes yes of course they are Part of the reason I considered the ending kinda unsatisfying is because view spoilerit hinges pretty acutely on this kind of mindset Nicki s lot has becomes so good that even if he s still a slave it s only a technicality and in practice he s not actually a slave at all Okay great but that s only because he personally managed to wrangle himself into an extraordinarily fortunate circumstance in comparison with other slaves It certainly doesn t make slavery any better in this setting hide spoiler