Falcon Studio's younger and beautiful stars is a fantastic and sexy collection! Unlike Falcon's previous book, "Legends," "Young Men of Falcon" truly exemplifies the separation of boys from the men. These magnificent boys truly present a youthful and alluring sexiness with their slendor builds, toned physiques, and distinct handsome faces. Both domestic and International Falcon models are shown in these pages, contributing a united, diverse theme to the book.
In the glorious "Legends" collection, the men are muscular, epitomizing the well-developed muscularity of Mike Branson, Ken Ryker, Tom Chase, Nicholas Clay, and Kevin Miles. However, "Young Men of Falcon" showcases the utter youthfulness (but ooooh, maturing manhoods) of the current rising stable of studs: Travis Wade, Billy Brandt, Lane Fuller, Cameron Fox, Josh Harting, Karl Tenner, and Colby Taylor. Unlike their "manly" counterparts who exude a muscular-developed sex appeal, the young studs are collegiate-looking, supple, gorgeous eye close-ups, exuding an energetic and sensuous quality reminiscent of the boy-next-door (who likes boys).
But I was nonetheless disappointed on one front: Much like with "Legends," "Young Men . . ." wasn't given a more profound publication format; a bigger, coffee-table book aspect. The photographs are impeccably gorgeous, rich in color, and deserving of a more sophisticated layout, with a binding that could allow the book to open flatly as the pages rest for the viewer to enjoy the beauty of the pictures. Regardless, the book is a welcoming addition to anyone's library of masculine-photobooks. "Young Men of Falcon" is a treasure indeed.