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Tigerland (Tigers & Devils) by [Kennedy, Sean]
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About the Author

Sean Kennedy is Associate Professor in the History Department at the University of New Brunswick and the author of "Reconciling France against Democracy: The Croix de Feu and the Parti Social Fran?ais 1927-1945" (2007).

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1531 KB
  • Print Length: 308 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (14 Oct. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009QTPAYM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #160,334 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After reading Tigers and Devils a year ago, I was browsing through my kindle and decided to have a re-read of it. Not content, I searched online for any sequel, and thank god I did, because Tigerland gave me the next "fix" of Simon and Declan.
I raved about the first book, so perhaps I am a little biased already, but the sequel is just as uplifting, funny and so well described that I was instantly transported back to Melbourne and their lives.
Read the book within a day - couldn't put the kindle down.
I won't bored you with the breakdown of the storyline and my own interpretations (because its pointless), I would say that I generally find gay romance stories to be heavy on the sex and lacking in the storyline, but these books are not like that. If you are looking for a great gay romantic story with several twists, read both Tigers and Devils and Tigerland. You won't be disappointed.
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How long will we have to wait to find out what happens to my gruesome twosome and their mad friends (no pressure there then!)? Will Roger ever grow up enough to become a parent? Will Fran enjoy being a mum? Will Jasper (the slimy git!) ever find true love? Will someone ever knee that moron Greg in the goolies really hard? What about Coby? Abe & Lisa, the newlyweds? How is Nyssa coping with all those sheep in NZ, as well as being a new mum? Considering these are supposedly gay-lit books, there is very little sex, and there are no graphic descriptions of any kind, which makes a refreshing change. These two books are fabulous, and will never be removed from my Kindle, I've laughed at them too much. Many, many thanks Sean.
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I purchased Tigers and Devils last year and enjoyed it absolutely. Needing a bit of "comfort" reading after a crap year this year, I decided T&D's was my "feel-good" novel to re-read. Imagine my elation when browsing through the Sean Kennedy Kindle page.....Tigerland!
This new sequel was every bit as entertaining as T&D's, if anything it was better written. I laughed out loud several times (never before, totally un-heard of).
Two great protagonists, great writing; this sequel hits all the emotions.
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I was excited for Tigerland having been a huge fan of the first book in Simon and Declan's story, Tigers and Devils, but as always with sequels caution is taken upon the approach for fear that they might not be as good.

That was not the case.

Tigerland takes place three years after Tigers and Devils and Simon and Declan have been together for five years, everything is going smoothly, until Declan's ex-boyfriend Greg Hayward decides to out himself in what is a blatant bid for attention.

The story is different in Tigerland, we're dealing with characters now in a long-term established relationship that's already public and they're comfortable with each other, Simon and Declan have matured and learnt from the events in Tigers and Devils and have both grown as people.

The book is witty and riddled with the sarcasm that we all loved Simon Murray for and Declan is still the calming influence on him, they still have their close knit group of friends and they all love each other unconditionally.

The characters are human made more real by the fact that they have flaws and opinions that don't always agree with each other. They have struggles and triumphs and overcome circumstances that don't always end in climatic movie scenes. The story is real and we're able to connect with the characters on a level that is sometimes not possible with books.

10/10
Sean Kennedy has delivered another masterpiece! Congratulations!
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I've read Tigers and Devils several times and each time didn't want to finish as I was enjoying being in Simon and Declan's world, despite it being somewhat fraught.

So when I found a follow up to it in Tigerland I was a bit dubious, but took a punt and gave it a go. Well again this book was over too quickly. If you enjoyed the first book, you won't be disappointed. It was like visiting old friends and catching up after a few years.

The author has a very easy writing style and captures a lot of the issues that still, today affect gay couples, but also with a nice slice of all couples and what goes on.

The only downside that I can see is that it's probably the last we have seen of these characters as I'm not sure where else they can go. No criticism whatsoever.

Sean Kennedy, if you have more of Simon and Declan in you, I'll definitely be reading on!
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There are times when you read a book you really enjoy, the characters are left in a good place but you still can’t help but wonder “what happened to them next”… and there are times when the author kindly lets you find out.

Set a few years after the first book Tigerland find Simon and Declan settled into a comfortable and happy life together and things are going well. As much as we all want such a settled life for ourselves it would ultimately make for a dull read but no such worries here as Sean Kennedy quickly throws a spanner in the works once more as Greg Heyward, Declan’s ex and himself a football player, decides to come out now that his playing career is over.

Dec’s plans to keep a distance from this situation doesn’t work out too well as Heyward is quick to cash in on Dec’s popularity and drag him into his own bid for attention. By refusing to be drawn into the situation Dec give Heyward every opportunity to embellish their past relationship, regardless of the truth – or lack thereof!

So once again Simon and Dec’s lives are thrown into turmoil by outside forces and only their love for each other and support of their wonderful network of friends will keep them strong.

Another great installment of this series and once again I am left thinking “what happened to them next..” Oh there is another book you say *happy face*
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