eBook Where the Rainbow Ends download
by Jameson Currier
Author: Jameson Currier
Publisher: Overlook Books (September 1, 2000)
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Category: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
Currier gives us an uncanny insight in to the mind of Robbie never compromising the gritty realism, this novel tells it like it is. I would recommend this novel as essential reading not just for every gay men but for anyone who has ever has been touched by AIDS or who has had to struggle against adversity.
Sexy, romantic, sad and melancholy; this book takes us on a wonderful journey as we navigate the highs and lows of Robbie, a young gay "everyman". Through his eyes we witness the sexy hedonism of the Manhattan gay scene in the late 70's, the AIDS ravaged Reagan years of the early to mid 80's and the 90's AIDS activism of LA.
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Jameson Currier’s most popular book is Where the Rainbow Ends.
Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Jameson Currier's writings have appeared in many national publications and anthologies including The Mammoth Book of Gay Erotica, Best American Gay Fiction 3, and Best Gay Erotica. He lives in New York City. Библиографические данные. Where the Rainbow Ends: A Novel. Издание: иллюстрированное.
With Where the Rainbow Ends, acclaimed short story writer and journalist Jameson Currier has written more .
With Where the Rainbow Ends, acclaimed short story writer and journalist Jameson Currier has written more than another AIDS novel. I loved this book! epic and breathtaking in scope with an easy relaxed, fluent style; this book takes you on an incredible "gay odyssey" I have never read a novel that so effectively encompasses all aspects of gay life and sensibilities. Sexy, romantic, sad and melancholy; this book takes us on a wonderful journey as we navigate the highs and lows of Robbie, a young gay "everyman".
In 1998, Currier published his debut novel Where the Rainbow Ends, about a young gay man from the South who arrives to Manhattan in the late 1970s and falls in with a group of artistic friends, who are pulled apart and bonded together by the unexpected challenges of the AIDS epidemic. The novel was a shortlisted nominee for the Lambda Literary.
This powerful, compelling, and heartfelt first novel centers on Robbie Taylor, an optimistic and romantic young man who.
I saw the movie first this time, and really liked it, so I had to read the book. What I wouldn't give to have Cecilia Ahern's talent (and, yes, money)!
I saw the movie first this time, and really liked it, so I had to read the book. What I wouldn't give to have Cecilia Ahern's talent (and, yes, money)! She is such a great writer and every novel of h. .rs that I have read has real heart. This one has an interesting format; it's an epistolary novel.