Top Mark

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  • ebook
  • 25 pages
  • Top Mark
  • Graeme Aitken
  • English
  • 02 February 2019

Top Mark Meet The MarksIt Was Strange At First For Mark, Dating A Guy With The Same First Name As Him But The Marks Developed Nicknames For Each Other Mark Became Top Mark , A Sly Nod To His Role In The BedroomBut After Seven Years Together, Mark Hasn T Had Much Opportunity To Be On Top Lately There Have Been A Lot Of Conversations Avoided, Unexplained Absences, And Some Very Unsettling Phone CallsFrom The Author Of The Very Popular Sydney Based Novels Vanity Fierce And The Indignities, Comes This New E Book Short In His Trademark Sexy Style, Graeme Aitken Explores The Intricacies Of A Modern Gay Relationship With Wit, Insight And Empathy

10 thoughts on “Top Mark

  1. Nikyta *Miss Forgetful* says:

    This review can be found at The Armchair Reader Spoilers ahead 3.5 starsThis was an intriguing short story It contains all those elements that I refuse to read Open relationship, cheating, bittersweet ending Check, check, check Honestly, I was shocked I liked this one and in a way, I still don t, but I think that s just my natural rejection of those plot elements I can t deny, however, that once I started I had to figure out how it all happened.This book holds a lot of punch for a short story It starts off by introducing the couple, Mark and Mark They differentiate the guys by giving nicknames Marx, is the younger, initially less experienced Mark While Top Mark is the older, experienced Mark Over time, Marx gets frustrated with his lack of experience and explores on his own at the blessing of Top Mark The story, however, is told from Top Mark s just Mark for this review POV It tells of his reaction to the way their seven year relationship has progressed and ultimately declined It tells of his realization that something isn t right, how he figures out some startling revelations of Marx and finally gets to the point where Mark has irreparably damaged the relationship to the point of no return.This isn t a hearts and roses type of story It s raw and powerful and captivating in a way that you re hoping it gets better but also dreading the moment you realize it won t In a way, you sympathize with Mark because the man gets dumped by a cowardly douche bag But then while you re readi...

  2. Brandon Witt says:

    I ve giving Top Mark five stars for how well written the story was It made you feel, made you question, made your heart pound in what it knew was inevitable dread The entire thing is told from the perspective of the inner workings thoughts of the protagonist I have to say this I m so sick of readers on Goodreads and other sites giving low rating to novels short stories because they were sad or the reader didn t like how the story ended, or because it made them hurt, or god forbid it s not your cliche romance novel like every other thing you ve read recently That s good writing folks If a short can accomplish that much emotion especially in something as short as this , you ve got something special in your hands This is not a happy, fun read However, it is an excellent written story in some ways a study of realization as a man comes to terms with the truth of...

  3. Susan65 says:

    Thats just too sad I wish i never read it.

  4. Tad says:

    It was free so I read I wanted to give 2.5 stars and it was an interesting topic which about a gay couple their first names were Mark and Mark, at least I don t know any of gay couples have the same first name like that I liked it from the beginning, but getting wei...

  5. Sean Herlihy says:

    It was OK Was not very impressed by the writing, or storyline.Will I read other books by this author Probably.

  6. Cryselle says:

    Mark and Mark are an established couple with habits, quirks, and ways well known to each other, and that may be half the problem They ve been together seven years, and in spite of being able to give each other some space they may still have togetherness than one of them wants.Top Mark, our narrator, calls his lover Marx, partly as a joke, partly to differentiate them, something that doesn t always work The name conjured up a quote, which grew and ironic as the story progressed From each according to his ability, to each according to his need Unfortunately, Marx has little ability and great need the depth of his reliance on others is crystal clear to everyone, including his lover, though everyone seems to accommodate him Marx has no trouble raiding his lover s wardrobe permanently and accepting lavish gifts from mommy, no trouble at all prolonging his college experience far beyond the bounds of reason, no trouble taking without giving.The our narrator tells us of the evolution of their relationship, from the days of their starting out to the recent events o...

  7. Camilla says:

    The first thing we read in the blurb for this book is Meet the Marks Which is kinda a lie, because we only really meet one of the Marks The one called Top Mark or as I would call him kind of freaky wannabe stalker twin Mark This short story, is basically a monologue from a guy, who s in a relationship with a younger guy, where he s thinking through some scenes from their t...

  8. Elisa Rolle says:

    Without doubt Top Mark is a story with a twist, so unexpected that it turned almost in a thriller from the sweet romance the author was lulling us at first.The story of stylish Mark who meets new hippy Mark, 6 years of difference and a whole world of experience between them, they become the Marks, Top Mark and Marx but Marx is like a bloodsucker, eating Top Mark s life Does he realize it I don t think so, the old Marx seems really smitten by Top Mark, I liked him Not so much now, reliving the...

  9. Portia says:

    I can t say why I like this It really isn t a story More of a running monologue inside this guy s head But, something about his journey spoke to me If our country ever progresses to the place where GLBT lit is included in Freshman CompI expect to see Top Mark ...

  10. Madison Parker says:

    Well written and engaging, but lacked resolution.