The Angela Suite

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Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Terrence Black is a thirty eight year old recovering alcoholic and music obsessive who has never had a serious girlfriend. He meets Angela, a fellow booze addict, through an alcoholism treatment programme. Despite Angela apparently being gay, the two embark on an intense sadomasochistic affair where the boundaries between love and obsession and consent and abuse become increasingly blurred. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Biographical
  • Words: 94,570
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301750399
About Anthony C Green

I...

was born in Grimsby in 1962

got married in China in 2007 and have two young sons

love my wife

moved to Manchester in 1990 to study Humanities/Social studies

moved to Liverpool in 2003

like gardening

lived on an Israeli Kibbutz

have worked in social care since 1994

used to be a Trotskyist

Once stood for election to Manchester City Council

used to play in chess tournements

once boxed on television

used to write and home-record my own songs. These songs are available on Amazon under the name Tony Green

like weird music

like cult SF T.V and Indie films

am a vegetarian

am a recovering alcoholic

am an ex smoker

had trials for Grimsby Town Football Club

am interested in the political, religious and artistic fringe

am a spiritual seeker who has dabbled in Zen, Progressive Christianity, and the Western Pagan and Occult traditions

started taking writing seriously after the birth of my first child in 2008

published my first novel Spiritual Philosophy: the Novel in 2011. This was later re-published as Dark Gardening

published my second novel The Angela Suite in August 2013

Two of the above statements are not true

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Reviews

Claire Middleton reviewed on on March 30, 2014

I read this book in one sitting. I was sucked into it right away because it felt real and gritty and authentic. The characters are memorable and unique, and there are a lot of details into the scenes that makes it seem like you are really there and in the characters’ heads. One thing I didn’t like was that there were several punctuation and grammar issues. But I didn’t want to put the story down until I finished because it was so good and really different from anything else I’d read lately. So if you enjoy an ‘adults only’ read about the darker, more twisted side of life, then this is a great book for you to try.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Anabella Johnson reviewed on on March 25, 2014

I am of mixed feelings of this novel, “The Angela Suite” by Anthony Green. On one hand, I found that I really, really enjoyed the story and was completely invested in the characters and their outcomes (especially Angela, whom I found very interesting). I didn’t want to put it down, and thought the variety and salaciousness of the illicit sex scenes were hot. But on the other hand, this book is in dire need of an editor or proofreader as I noticed several things that prevented me from completely enjoying the book to its maximum potential. Overall the story was different and I thought that Mr. Green has a great “voice” and potential as an author. The book’s sad twist at the end shows he’s not afraid to make it realistic and avoids the ‘cookie-cutter’ trappings of many books today. With the help of a good editor, this book will make for a great read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Stacy Decker reviewed on on March 20, 2014

"The Angela Suite” by Anthony Green is one sexy and dark drama novel! But it’s also funny, sad, and feels genuine. But this is the kind of book I like to read because I’m not sure I’d actually want to experience these types of relationships or encounters myself, but they sure are juicy to read about! Terence and Angela were patients at a rehab center and they run into each other again several months later. She’s an alcoholic lesbian but they embark on an unexpected relationship that ends… well, you just have to see for yourself how it ends. From blindfolds to ‘tapes’, this duo pushes the boundaries and there is a price to pay. A fascinating book, one that isn’t without its issues but still a captivating read. Recommended for mature readers only.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Kaylee Stevens reviewed on on March 18, 2014

For me, this book was an unexpected surprise. At first I thought it started off a bit slow, with perhaps too much time spent on the details of the mundane. But by the end I was thoroughly caught up in Terence’s (Terry’s) whirlwind world of sex, addiction, music, and self-destructive behavior. This book is billed as an erotica novel, but there is really so much more to it than just sex. And there is plenty of that, and not your normal, run-of the-mill stuff either. It is graphic, shocking at times, heartbreaking, and ultimately hopeful. One of the more interesting books I’ve encountered and hard to really pigeonhole into a specific category. Recommended for adults who want something different to read and who don’t offend/shock easily.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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