Milk by cheesecakewhisperer

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Title: Milk


Genre/Style/Subgenre: Fanfiction

Tags Used: ptx, mitchgrassi, pentatonix, scomiche, scotthoying


All he wanted was some milk. He didn't know it would change everything.


Mitch Grassi disappeared the summer before his senior year. It's time for him to come home.

Warnings for abuse and neglect, imprisonment, ptsd. No graphic descriptions, but please be aware of these themes.


This story is still under development (editors note: at the time of publishing this review, the story is completed), but it matters not for this will be a long story/novel type of fanfiction that will definitely have you addicted! 

Before diving into the specifics and details that make this story as popular as it is, I want to start by bringing attention to the title. The title is Milk. Quite a strange one, don't you think? The cover isn't anything special and the summary isn't too grasping but the title has me hooked. Usually strange and uncommon things attract the most attention, which is exactly what drew me towards it in the first place. 

The story is centred around the kidnapping of a young 18-year-old boy named Mitchell Grassi and the months after he was found. What I found so appealing about this book was the character development. It was really nice to see the main protagonist grow so much in such a short amount of time.

The author took a few months and stretched it out perfectly in about three chapters. The author also does an incredible job with imagery and character emotions. 

It is really rare to find books where the author has captured the audience using the character's emotions. These emotions also bring out your own and it makes you reflect on life. I can't wait for the final product!

I absolutely recommend taking time out of your day to read this story, especially if you enjoy suspense, romance, BL (boy's love), mystery and heavy-hearted reads with themes of kidnapping and happy endings!

All in all, this is a fantastic story and when complete, I'm sure it'll be even more popular than what it already is!

Reviewer: Unknown

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