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ARC Review: No Flag by Liz Borino

No Flag - Liz Borino

Read from October 14 to 15, 2013

No flag means "Come back home safe and sound. I refuse to receive the folded flag on your funeral". It means "I will take care of myself, I will be careful, I won't be reckless".


One of the main characters is a soldier. Military and gay - is there a better mix of guilty pleasure for a sinful reader?


The book of Liz Borino surprised me on many levels. Enough to say that I forgot to check my percentage progress of reading and there was so many moments I was quite sure that the book was at its end. But no. The plot was maybe a little bit predictable, but good.


I was not very fond of Domestic Discipline relationship of the main characters - it's not my cup of tea after all, and I had a moments when I was like "I would strangle him" or "Fold your goddamned clothes yourself" (the dominant had an OCD). But it was a good story, I've read it with pleasure. I didn't love it, but I liked it enough to give it 3.5 stars rounded down.

Source: http://frausorge.wordpress.com/2013/10/18/arc-review-no-flag-by-liz-borino