Yi itibaren Веть, Beyaz Rusya
I did not expect that plot at all when I started reading it. I just picked it up because it was Sam Kieth. It threw me off, was very uncomfortable, and seemed to me a tad bit too .... not sure what. So okay, here is a man trying to tell a rape story from the woman's point of view, and he completely missed out on the pain. He showed the fear well, but not really the pain. I found aspects really unrealistic and as it was his attempt at telling a realistic story for once fell short in actually realistically telling it. He showed sacrifice and cowardice at the same time well but it wasn't entirely believable. He did some aspects really well, though. The story between the women was fantastic, as was the suspense. The men ....well, even sadists have personalities and aren't necessarily just brutish balding muscular freaks, but I understand that isn't what needs to be shown, especially not when a man is writing a rape story. Overall it was good, and may sink in and seem way better after a few days of thinking about it.