Fantasy Mystery Romance Comics Non-Fiction

The Mystery of the Moving Image

Sunday, March 7, 2021

The Mystery of the Moving Image (2018) C.S. Poe (Snow & Winter)

The Mystery of the Moving ImageA lot has happened to Sebastian and Calvin, so they are ready for some calm and quiet.

Of course they don’t get it.

Someone sends Sebastian an old Kinetoscope–and some never-before-seen reels for it.

“Hundred-twenty-year-old movie,” Max said with an astonished tone. “It’s going to be either porn or cats.”

Although there are no Big Misunderstandings between the two, I do like how we see Sebastian’s insecurities.

So yeah, a lot of things were good. But I guess that’s why I’d also been sidelined by anxieties lately. I wasn’t expecting old self-doubts when I was on top of the world.

And the two are adorable.

“I’m ignoring the sarcasm only because I’m incredibly turned on by you spouting random facts at me,” I answered.

Calvin smirked. “I’ll remember that.”

And I want to note this:

Calvin hardly ever talked about his therapist or their sessions together. Not that I expected him to. It was his journey. So long as he sought discussion with someone who would guide him to discovering self-forgiveness and healthy coping mechanisms, I didn’t care if he never shared a word.

The mystery is interesting, although Sebastian still does stupid thing because he’s curious, he at least tries to be a little safety conscious in this book.

Publisher : Emporium Press
Rating: 8.5/10


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