[Ross Berliner] ✓ The Manhood Ceremony [world-history PDF] Read Online ☆ pamyatnik.pro
[Ross Berliner] ✓ The Manhood Ceremony [world-history PDF] Read Online ☆ Two Detectives Race Against Time To Locate An Abducted Twelveyearold Boy In A Story Set In The 's Whose Psychological Ramifications Affect Several Gay Male Characters
Library Of Congress Number Darned creepy, yet I couldn't stop reading.
In this detective drama set in the 1970's two gay men, two straight men and an adolescent boy must come to terms with what being gay amounts to during an era when homosexuality was first becoming a subject of public discussion and, possibly, acceptance.
This book is really, really disturbing but it sucks you into a really uncomfortable world.
I have no idea what the author was trying to illustrate but I felt uncomfortable with it pretty much the entire book.
The author is, apparently, a specialist in adolescent medicine which makes the whole thing even creepier to me.
I only finished this book because I have a 'thing' about finishing any book I start; I don't regret the read but.
well but is about all I can say here.
I don't know why they don't write in this style anymore, is it the datedness and the rarity that makes it so good?
I was on Amazon looking at books and this popped up, I think it said if you like this book you'll also like.
or something like that.
And a book that has been out of print for 37 years doesn't pop up that often.
So I clicked it and bought it for about $20.
It took me a while to get going as the story made me uncomfortable but was soon zooming along with many perspectives, the best being the older policeman and his young gay partner.
I would love to read a sequel with them, the author seems to have written only one other book and they are not m